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New food festival on the menu in Kakadu

Bush tucker, barramundi and magpie goose are the key ingredients of a new marketing campaign to entice more tourists and foodies to Kakadu National Park.

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Palmerston’s New BMX Stadium is ready for racing

Upgrades to the Satellite City BMX Club facilities in Marlow Lagoon are complete and the stadium will be officially opened for action today.

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#NTAustralia Mega Meet to show off Territory tourism to the world

The Northern Territory Government’s latest tourism campaign is set to deliver mega exposure for the Territory using popular social media platform, Instagram.

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Stay just a little bit longer

Department of Tourism and Culture has launched a media campaign to entice self-drive visitors to stay a little bit longer in the Northern Territory.

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Catch a wave and a great deal

The Wave Lagoon and local businesses have teamed up to deliver great value for Darwin Waterfront customers.

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Mother’s Day Saltwater Craft Fair

Mother’s Day is just around the corner and the Saltwater Craft Fair offers hundreds of gift ideas to make mum’s day special.

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Araluen Arts Centre presents a sculpture exhibition by Batchelor Institute visual arts students from the Alice Springs Correctional Centre

The Araluen Arts Centre is excited to announce Tjulpu Thipe!, the first standalone exhibition of sculptural works to be held at Araluen by Batchelor Institute visual arts students from the Alice Springs Correctional Centre.

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Leanyer Recreation Park Family Fun Day

The Northern Territory Government is kicking off the Dry Season with a free Family Fun Day at Leanyer Recreation Park on Saturday, 6 May.

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Expressions of Interest are open for the new Strategic Arts Program

Expressions of Interest are open for the new Strategic Arts Program.

Department of Tourism and Culture, Director Arts NT, Angela Hill said the Strategic Arts Program seeks to fund new initiatives to grow a sustainable arts sector, support the independent and freelance sector and increase opportunities for artists with a disability across the NT

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The Recreation Lagoon has reopened

The Darwin Waterfront Corporation has reopened the Recreation Lagoon for swimming.