Tourism visitor statistics released by Tourism Research Australia (TRA)* show that domestic and international visitation to the NT has stabilised in the September quarter of 2018.
The Territory Labor Government continues to stimulate the economy and boost the Territory’s tourism industry, with new data revealing great results from NT Major Events Company’s (NTMEC) key events in 2018.
The Northern Territory Government is investing $93 million in vocational education and training (VET) this financial year to skill the Northern Territory workforce and support the creation of long-term jobs for Territorians.
An amendment has been approved to McArthur River Mine’s (MRM) existing Mine Management Plan that will allow the operator to improve contaminated water management at the site.
Through the Territory Labor Government’s record $103 million Turbocharging Tourism stimulus package, Territory tourism operators have been provided $3 million in grants to improve tourism experiences for visitors and boost industry investment.
The Territory’s first-ever direct air service from China is starting to achieve results, bringing more Chinese visitors here and delivering significant flow-on benefits into the economy.
Territorians are reminded they are responsible for the safety and welfare of their pets and livestock over the Christmas and holiday period.
Fees for fruit, farm and packing shed quarantine inspections will be waived for registered commercial citrus growers exporting fruit to interstate markets.
The Northern Territory (NT) Pastoral Feed Outlook is a quarterly publication that summarises information relevant to the pastoral industry such as current feed supply, seasonal conditions, development of drought conditions and fire risk.
Territorians will have greater choice when booking holiday flights after Virgin Australia announced a new service from Darwin to Denpasar, Bali from April 2019.