Thirty one tourism businesses from across the Territory, plus national tourism operators will be represented at the 2018 Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE), taking place in Adelaide from 16 to 19 April 2018.
The Northern Territory and Japanese governments have developed a master plan that will act as a road map to future agriculture and aquaculture investment in the Northern Territory.
The Northern Territory has been chosen to host one of the region’s largest events for education, work, youth and student travel in 2019.
Fifteen Territory students are set to embark on a trip of a lifetime as part of the 2018 Chief Minister’s Anzac Spirit study tour.
The Minister for Tourism and Culture said Turbocharging Tourism delivers again for the Territory with the announcement by Jetstar today that it will commence direct flights between Brisbane and Uluru from 3 August 2018.
A system that allows calving to be remotely monitored could potentially reduce calf loss and improve incomes for northern beef producers.
The Northern Territory Government has provided a pathway for a young Darwin man to enter the resources industry through the Earth Science/Mining/Petroleum Scholarship.
The Northern Territory Government is stepping up its international engagement to grow the economy and attract people to visit, live, work, study, invest and trade in the Territory.
A new online tool has been created to help local business and industry stakeholders keep up-to-date with Territory led trade and investment business delegations.
Territorians have an opportunity to put forward their thoughts and ideas on the development of a new Aboriginal Contracting Framework for government procurement and grants.