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Recreation Lagoon reopened to swimmers

The Darwin Waterfront Recreation Lagoon and beach area has reopened for swimming.

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NT Convention Bureau takes AIME at business tourism event

A group of 18 industry partners from across the Territory have joined the Department of Tourism and Culture’s Northern Territory Convention Bureau (NTCB) at the 2018 Asia-Pacific Incentives and Meetings Expo (AIME), to promote the Territory’s exceptional business events products and services.

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The Number Thirteen’s A Charm in The Million Dollar Fish Comp!

It seems the number thirteen is lucky for some with the 13th prized fish of the Million Dollar Fish competition jumping onto a fishing line of a lucky local fisho around 5am this morning, netting him a cool $10,000 in the process.

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Bangarra Dance Theatre returns to Alice Springs on triumphant regional tour

The Department of Tourism and Culture’s Araluen Arts Centre is thrilled to present the opening performance of its 2018 Season: Bangarra Dance Theatre’s OUR land people stories.

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Screen Territory 2017-18 Round 3 Grants Open

The Department of Tourism and Culture invites applications for Screen Territory’s 2017-18 Grants Round 3 opening today, Monday 19 February and closing Monday 19 March 2018.

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Turbocharging Tourism - Cementing the NT as a Military History Destination

Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss today said the $1.9 million boost to make Darwin and the NT the pilgrimage destination for Australian military history will result in more tourists.

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Turbocharging Tourism: Massive $12M Boost for Mountain Bike Tourism in Central Australia

In a huge show of support for Central Australia tourism, an additional $12 million will be allocated from the Territory Labor Government’s record $103 million plan to Turbocharge Tourism to open up new adventure cycling tracks in the Red Centre

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Territory’s Military Heritage promoted in latest Tourism Campaign

The Department of Tourism and Culture’s latest Military Heritage Tourism campaign highlights the Top End as a place of significant historical value, as well as showcasing the city as an appealing holiday destination.

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Recreation Lagoon temporarily closed to swimmers

The Darwin Waterfront’s Recreation Lagoon and beach area has been temporarily closed to swimmers due to recent weather conditions.

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Turbocharging Tourism: $9.9 million boost for George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens

George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens will undergo a $9.9 million facelift, with a new multi-purpose visitor and event centre to be built there as part of the Territory Labor Government's record $103 million Turbocharging Tourism stimulus package.