Tourism NT Industry Update

Beer Can Regatta, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

Industry Update is an e-newsletter issued fortnightly on Tuesdays by Tourism NT.

It contains the latest news from Tourism NT about marketing campaigns and new development initiatives relevant to the NT tourism industry.

22 August

  • New Kakadu drone videos
  • Vision for Darwin City
  • Social media tips from Tourism Tribe
  • Register for 2018 ITB

3 August

  • Registrations open for Million Dollar Fish
  • Youth campaign videos go viral
  • Register for China missions
  • New birding trails borchure

12 July

  • Digital Assets Program extended
  • New tourism infrastructure forums
  • Darwin stars in China magazine
  • New regional reports

20 June

  • More Chinese tour guides for Kakadu
  • Digital coaching special offer
  • NT stars in foodie TV show
  • Apply for funding for festivals and events

31 May

  • Industry Roadshow tours the NT
  • Road upgrades for the Red Centre
  • Mega Meet mega success
  • NT wins Expedia Award

10 May

  • Join in NT Mega Meet
  • Register for Industry Roadshow
  • Regional campaigns kick off
  • New Spotify campaign

18 April

  • Free tourism photography
  • Budget 2017 to support tourism
  • Brolga Awards now open
  • Grant funding available

29 March

  • Stage 2 of Digital Leap Program
  • Letter to boost Alice Springs
  • QLD given taste of NT
  • New training course for Chinese-speaking Kakadu guides

9 March

  • Spotlight on NT Festivals and Events
  • Ovation of the Seas visits Darwin
  • NT shines at QATAs
  • Watch: New social media how-to-video

22 February

  • Outback Wrangler helping to attract business events
  • Tourism NT Board announced
  • Good luck NT on the national tourism awards
  • Tourism Australia briefing being held in the Darwin

8 February

  • Hayden stars in the new Drive campaign
  • NT Muster kicks off
  • Free China Ready Workshop
  • Promoting Darwin's military history

24 January

  • Register for the Waterhole in Brisbane
  • Backpacker Roadshow back in 2017
  • New domestic campaigns
  • Buy tickets to the QATAs in Darwin

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