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Araluen Art House Cinema returns for 2018 with award-winning films, documentaries and more

The Department of Tourism and Culture’s Araluen Arts Centre is pleased to announce the return of its Art House Cinema program for 2018.

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Territory Filmmakers to pitch to industry leaders at the Australian International Documentary Conference

The Department of Tourism and Culture’s Screen Territory has provided funding of $17,000 in travel grants for 10 of the NT’s leading documentary film makers to attend the 2018 Australian International Documentary Conference (AIDC).

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Alice the Inland Capital is the rightful home of National Aboriginal Art Gallery

The rightful home for a National Aboriginal Art Gallery is Alice Springs, on the doorstep of Namatjira country, Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss said following comments that it should be based in Adelaide.

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NTIS Officiating Development Program Grants Round 2

The Department of Tourism and Culture has launched Round 2 of the Officiating Development Program which provides grants to strengthen the quality of sport in the Territory.

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Turbocharging Tourism: Expanding Tourism Opportunities in Nitmiluk National Park

Katherine will receive a $5.5 million investment into tourism infrastructure to expand walking opportunities in Nitmiluk National Park as part of the Territory Labor Government’s record $103 million Turbocharging Tourism stimulus package.

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Paspaley Flying Boats offer new Tourism Experience

The Territory tourism industry just got an added boost with the launch of Paspaley’s luxurious flying boat venture tours.

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AFLW kicks off 2018 at Traeger

Around 2,000 Central Australian footy fans were treated to fast paced thrills and spills at the AFL Women’s game in Alice Springs over the weekend.

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NT bringing home the gold at the Australian Tourism Awards

Kakadu National Park has taken out the top prize in the Major Tourist Attractions category at the 2017 Australian Tourism Awards held in Perth on Friday evening. Offering visitors the chance to experience one of the world’s most outstanding natural and cultural attractions, Kakadu National Park covers nearly 20,000 square kilometres of exceptional natural beauty and unique biodiversity.

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Turbocharging Tourism: Celebrating Tennant Creek’s Gold Rush and Mining History

Tennant Creek will receive a $5.5 million investment into tourism infrastructure to revitalise and improve the visitor experience as part of the Territory Labor Government's record $103 million Turbocharging Tourism stimulus package.

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Turbocharging Tourism: $3M Boost for Hermannsburg Historical Precinct in Central Australia

The Territory Labor Government is investing a $3 million into the Hermannsburg Historical Precinct, the third major infrastructure project to be announced as part of $103 million Turbocharging Tourism stimulus package.