Tourism NT accepts no legal liability whatsoever in regard to product listings, any linked site or booking made. School’s in for southern students. To grow the tourism industry, government and industry need to work together to improve existing products and to identify, develop and promote opportunities for tourism infrastructure and products to ensure we meet visitor expectations and continually strive to improve the visitor experience. As part of the 2019 Budget, the Northern Territory Government announced an additional investment of $62.8 million over two financial years, 2019-20 – 2020-21, to support the local economy to grow its tourism potential. The Northern Territory has announced its largest ever summer tourism campaign to encourage tourists during the typically low season. The Northern Territory Government released its initial Turbocharging Tourism initiative to attract more visitors, create more local jobs and put more money into the pockets of Territorians covering the 2017-18 and 2018-19 financial years. Follow Northern Territory - Australia's Outback for consumer news. Achieving this will require industry to work with all levels of governments to make it Tourism is a major employer and contributor to the Northern Territory economy, with the sector offering a range of unique natural and cultural experiences to national and international visitors. Northern Territory Government information and services. Tourism Top End 6 Bennett Street (corner Bennett and Smith streets), Darwin city Telephone: 08 8936 2499 Free call in Australia: 1300 138 886 Email: [email protected] Website: www.tourismtopend.com.au, Katherine Visitor Information Centre Corner Lindsay Street and Katherine Terrace, Katherine Telephone: 08 8972 2650 Free call in Australia: 1800 653 142 Email: [email protected] Website: www.visitkatherine.com.au, Tourism Battery Hill Mining Centre Battery Hill, Peko Road, Tennant Creek Free call in Australia: 1800 500 879 Email: [email protected] Website: www.barklytourism.com.au, Alice Springs Visitor Information Centre Corner of Parsons St and Todd Mall Telephone: 08 89525 800 Free call in Australia: 1800 645 199 Email: [email protected] Website: www.discovercentralaustralia.com. The Northern Territory’s tourist centres are staffed with knowledgeable, helpful locals who can help out with advice, recommendations and information, and make tour and accommodation bookings on your behalf. consideration of how we will compete with other destinations in Australia and across the globe. The Northern Territory Government released its initial Turbocharging Tourism initiative to attract more visitors, create more local jobs and put more money into the pockets of Territorians covering the 2017-18 and 2018-19 financial years. For more information contact the Department of Tourism, Sport and Culture, Phone: 08 8999 3900Email: generalservices.tourismnt@nt.gov.au Web: www.tourismnt.com.au, Copyright 2020 Northern Territory Government, Copyright, disclaimer, privacy |  Accessibility | Freedom of information | Interpreter services, $27.7 million for marketing to increase holiday visitors, $15.1 million to enhance visitor experiences, $20 million to support festivals and events, $26.57 million for smarter and more targeted tourism marketing, allowing us to better promote our attractions, roll out marketing campaigns with key airlines, target niche markets and lure lucrative business events here, $56.24 million for new tourism infrastructure and related tourism programs creating more memorable experiences for our visitors, particularly in our parks and reserves. The Turbocharging Tourism infrastructure programs will continue to rollout in 2020. The original Turbocharging Tourism initiative delivered an additional: In June, the Northern Territory Government introduced a stimulus program intended to throw tourism operators like Mr ... Northern Territory's tourism economy takes $40 million hit … Katherine Visitor Information Centre provides individualised itineraries for visitors. Copyright © 2020 Northern Territory Government, Grow the value of the visitor economy in the Territory, Increase overnight visitor expenditure in the Territory, Undertake market research to identify opportunities to develop tourism products to activate the regions, including leveraging national parks and the Crown estate, partnerships with Traditional Owners and leveraging private sector investment and expertise, Work with airlines to build demand for sustainable aviation services to, and within, the Territory, including attracting direct airline services from China and other high potential markets such as New Zealand, Develop niche market and product segments such as working holiday makers, luxury, bushwalking, birdwatching, mountain biking, sporting events, international study tour groups and Defence personnel, Increase the number of quality Aboriginal cultural experiences, and develop Aboriginal people’s interest and capacity to work in tourism, Increased number of Aboriginal cultural products listed on the Australian Tourism Data Warehouse, Work with local governments and property owners to reinvigorate the city areas of Darwin, Alice Springs and other regional centres, Central Business District (CBD) areas reinvigorated, Ensure tourism issues are adequately considered in planning decisions to reinvigorate Darwin and Alice Springs CBDs, Work with local stakeholders and the Australian Government to improve economic development opportunities in all of the Territory’s parks, including Kakadu (with links to Arnhem Land) and Uluru-Kata Tjuta, Increased economic development opportunities, Work with local stakeholders and the Australian Government to plan for the future of Jabiru, Clear objectives and strategies for Jabiru, Advocate to open attractions and develop infrastructure to attract more tourists to Kakadu, Current Parks Australia Plan for South Kakadu is implemented, Promote the Territory as a cruise destination, and Darwin as a home port for expedition ships, Number of cruise ships calling in to Darwin Port. Welcome to the corporate Facebook Page of Tourism NT. Your details have been submitted. Tourism NT does not endorse, certify or warrant the quality of the product and services offered by third parties or their agents. The investment builds on the momentum of Turbo1 to attract more visitors, which creates local jobs and delivers more money into the community. Interstate schools can now apply for $3,000 towards the cost of a school trip to the NT as part of the Immediate Tourism Resilience Plan. Tourism NT is a Northern Territory Government statutory authority responsible for promoting the Northern Territory as a must-do, unique holiday destination. Tourism NT does not endorse, certify or warrant the quality of the product and services offered by third parties or their agents. Tourism NT, Darwin, Northern Territory. The Tennant Creek Visitor Information Centre is your one stop shop for information on Tennant Creek and the Barkly region. make it as easy and safe as possible to experience what the Territory has to offer. Tourism is a highly competitive industry and growing our visitor numbers and expenditure will require careful Tourism NT is a Northern Territory Government statutory authority responsible for promoting the Northern Territory (NT) as a must-do, unique holiday destination. The Northern Territory’s four main visitor centres are listed below. Tourism is a highly competitive industry and growing our visitor numbers and expenditure will require careful consideration of how we will compete with other destinations in Australia and across the globe. Data privacy. Get the low-down from a local. Turbo2 is an additional $62.8 million extension of the turbocharging tourism initiative, over two financial years 2019-20 and 2020-21, to attract more visitors, which creates local jobs and delivers more money into the community.

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