It’s an exciting day for the Territory, with the first non-stop Donghai Airlines flight to touchdown in Darwin, direct from Shenzhen, China.
Territorians are encouraged to report sightings of unusual bees to the Department of Primary Industry and Resources following the recent detection of a swarm of Asian honey bees in Karama, a northern suburb of Darwin.
With the commencement of Donghai Airlines non-stop flights from Shenzhen in China to Darwin, Territorians have a new holiday destination to discover with flights departing and returning on Wednesdays and Sundays.
The Minister for Tourism and Culture is leading a Territory delegation to China today ahead of the Donghai Airlines inaugural flight into Darwin from Shenzhen on Wednesday 30 May 2018.
The Minister for Tourism and Culture today announced the appointment of Ms Simonne Shepherd to the role of CEO of the Northern Territory’s Department of Tourism and Culture.
A Northern Territory delegation will travel to China from 27 to 30 May as part of the Donghai Airlines, inaugural flight ceremony.
With Donghai Airlines inaugural direct flight from China (Shenzhen) to Darwin now just a week away, the Northern Territory Government have confirmed that 45 local businesses have now completed Tourism NT’s China Ready Workshops and are ready for visitors.
The project to deliver an international standard water theme park in Darwin has taken another step forward.
In preparation for Donghai Airlines commencing direct flights from Shenzhen in Southern China to Darwin later this month, Top End based customer service staff are encouraged to attend a ‘Welcome China’ lunch and learn more about the expectations of visitors.
The Northern Territory Government has gazetted restrictions to control the spread of citrus canker. The restrictions apply to the movement of a list of potential citrus canker host plants and any parts of those plants.