Millennials targeted for a Fly and Drive NT Holiday11 March 2020Tourism NT has launched its annual Drive campaign for 2020 today encouraging interstate visitors, including a younger demographic to take a ‘fly and drive’ holiday to the NT with the message that the NT is ‘nothing like your normal road trip’.
Record 35 NT Operators to attend NT Muster 202009 March 2020The Northern Territory’s destinations, experiences and products will be promoted to hundreds of East Coast travel agents with a record 35 Territory tourism operators joining Tourism NT at the annual domestic roadshow, NT Muster.
Gold Rush for NT Operators at 2019 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards09 March 2020Northern Territory tourism operators have scooped up four Gold Awards at the prestigious 2019 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards held at the National Convention Centre in Canberra.
$2 Million Immediate Resilience Plan: Business Events Support Fund Incentive Doubles the Attraction26 February 2020The Territory Government has doubled its incentive to secure more business events for the Northern Territory as part of the $2 Million Immediate Tourism Resilience Plan to support the tourism industry and local jobs.
$2 Million Immediate Resilience Plan: Boost to Incentivise School Trips to the NT26 February 2020Interstate schools can apply for $3,000 towards the cost of a school trip to the NT as part of the Territory Government’s $2 million Immediate Tourism Resilience Plan.
$2 Million Immediate Tourism Resilience Plan: Intensive Business Support Program Released25 February 2020Addressing business survival, revival and growth, Tourism Fast Track is a new intensive business support program opening on 1 March 2020 as part of the Territory Government’s $2 Million Immediate Tourism Resilience Plan.
$2 Million Immediate Tourism Resilience Plan: $500,000 for New Visitor Experience Program24 February 2020Local tourism businesses can apply for up to $50,000 under the New Visitor Experience Program as part of the Territory Government’s $2 Million Immediate Tourism Resilience Plan to support the industry and help minimise the impacts of the Australian Bushfires and the national coronavirus travel restrictions.
$2M Immediate Tourism Resilience Plan: Key to the NT Partnership Program to Drive Interstate Tourism23 February 2020A new free partnership program to promote NT tourism operators and experiences to interstate audiences is available to local businesses as part of the Territory Government’s $2 million Immediate Tourism Resilience Plan.
Boosting Australia’s Tourism to Asia22 February 2020300 qualified Aussie Specialist travel agents from across Asia will descend upon Australia’s Top End when Darwin plays host to Tourism Australia’s Corroboree Asia event in 2020.
Advertising Opportunities for Tourism Industry Goes Live as part of the $2 Million Immediate Resilience Plan21 February 2020Tourism operators can now join a range of discounted advertising opportunities, announced as part of the Territory Government’s $2 million Immediate Tourism Resilience Plan to minimise the impact to our tourism industry from the Australian Bushfires and the coronavirus outbreak and maintain the momentum in attracting more visitors to the NT.
Cruising into Darwin: Queen Mary 2 Visitors to spend $700,000 in Top End16 February 2020The Top End will roll out the welcome mat for luxury liner Queen Mary 2 which will now overnight in Darwin on 24 February, providing a $700,000 boost to local businesses.
Exciting Tourism Opportunity at Window on the Wetlands12 February 2020The NT Government is inviting expressions of interest from private entities, joint ventures or other interested parties to take over commercial operation of the popular Window on the Wetlands Visitor Centre (WOW).
$2 Million Immediate Tourism Resilience Plan for the Northern Territory10 February 2020The Territory Government has announced a $2 million Immediate Tourism Resilience Plan to minimise the impact to our tourism industry from the Australian Bushfires and the coronavirus outbreak and maintain the momentum in attracting more visitors to the NT.
Turbocharging Tourism: Works Begin on Three Nitmiluk Projects07 February 2020Three Turbocharging Tourism projects are now underway in Nitmiluk National Park as part of the Territory Government’s $5.5 million Turbocharging Tourism investment to enhance visitor offerings and support jobs.
Investing in Aboriginal Tourism, Supporting Local Businesses: New Funding to Boost Aboriginal Tourism03 February 2020Aboriginal owned tourism businesses can now apply for a new $200,000 funding program to help improve business sustainability, enhance the Northern Territory’s unique Aboriginal tourism offerings and further strengthen its position as the undeniable leader in the Aboriginal tourism sector.
Driving Business Events to the Territory: Event Here This Year31 January 2020Business Events Australia has released a domestic campaign encouraging Australians to Event Here This Year, to help provide a boost to the events industry in the wake of the combined effect of a global downturn in travel to Australia as a result of the bushfires.
Driving Visitors to the Territory: Australians urged to Holiday Here This Year25 January 2020Tourism NT has fast-tracked its latest marketing campaign featuring the new brand ‘Different in every sense’ which will roll out from Sunday in eastern state metro papers alongside a new video advertisement to run on Facebook this weekend, urging interstate travellers to put the Territory on their holiday itinerary.
Australian Government Announces Tourism Recovery Package – NT is Open for Business22 January 2020Tourism NT has brought forward its latest brand promotion featuring ‘Different in every sense’ to commence on 28th January to help get tourists travelling to the NT. The brand campaign is one of a range of marketing activities that are either already live or will be in market in the next few weeks.
Turbocharging Tourism: Visitors bring $2.6 billion into the Territory17 January 2020The Territory Government’s Turbocharging Tourism investment continues to deliver economic benefit with visitor numbers to the Northern Territory up by 6.7 per cent in the year ending September 2019.
Tourism: Towards 2030 Conference Returns in 202015 January 2020The Tourism: Towards 2030 Conference will return to Darwin and Alice Springs in March, bringing local tourism operators together with the common goal of growing the Territory’s tourism industry.