The Northern Territory Government today announced an additional $62.8 million over two years for Turbocharging Tourism 2.
The latest domestic visitor data from Tourism Research Australia for the 12 months to December 2018 shows domestic holiday visitors to the NT increased by 6.7% to 652,000 visitors, with expenditure also increasing by 35% to $832 million.
Pee Wee’s at the Point in East Point Reserve has been revealed as the secret location for the wedding ceremony in the Nine Network’s Today Win a Top End Wedding competition.
A new jumping roo display is welcoming passengers to Alice Springs Airport, promoting tourism experiences and products in the region.
Rising maximum and minimum temperatures resulting from climate change will impact many crops currently grown in the Northern Territory.
Virgin’s inaugural Darwin-Bali service will provide another gateway for international tourists to come to the Territory as well as giving locals greater choice when booking holiday flights to Bali.
The best of the Territory’s tourism experiences are on show to around 1,500 industry representatives at the largest annual travel and tourism business-to-business event this week.
The 2019-2020 Animal Welfare Fund grant program is now open.The program offers grants funding to eligible not-for-profit organisations for animal welfare projects and activities that improve the well-being, care and responsible management of animals in the Northern Territory (NT).
Nominations are now open to enter the Northern Territory’s premier tourism industry awards, the 2019 Brolga Northern Territory Tourism Awards.
The Explorer of the Seas will arrive in Darwin this morning carrying more than 3,200 people from around the world.