NT Tourism 2030

Ubirr, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia

As the Northern Territory Government's Tourism Vision 2020 comes to a close, the Department of Tourism and Culture is initiating development of the Northern Territory Tourism 2030 Plan. 

Announced through Turbocharging Tourism, the NT Government has committed to evolving the next NT tourism vision into an industry-led, co-owned and co-developed strategy. This Tourism Plan will ensure that tourism in the Territory is operating with a shared vision, shared priorities and with shared accountability.

During September 2018 Deloitte Access Economics held regional forums in Darwin, Jabiru, Katherine, Nhulunbuy, Tennant Creek, Alice Springs and Yulara to gather industry input, vision and insight to guide development of the Northern Territory Tourism 2030 Plan. 

If you were unable to attend the workshops, a version of the presentation can be downloaded here.

The Plan is on track to be delivered by Deloitte in December 2018.

Tourism Vision 2020

Tourism Vision 2020 is a road map to grow the visitor economy in the Northern Territory to $2.2 billion by 2020 as measured by overnight visitor expenditure. 

The Vision is being implemented in partnership with the NT tourism industry and other stakeholders.

Download the Tourism Vision 2020 here.

Find out how your business can benefit from the Tourism Vision 2020 by downloading a Benefits to Tourism Operators Fact Sheet. 

Tourism Vision 2020 Progress Summary

The Tourism Vision 2020 progress summary provides an annual overview of key activities undertaken across government and in collaboration with industry, tracking our collective progress towards the NT’s 2020 target in Tourism Vision 2020.

Download the 2016-17 Tourism Vision 2020 Progress Summary here.

Past Progress Summaries:

Tourism NT would like to thank all those who contributed to the compilation of these reports.

How we're tracking

The graphs below show how the Territory is tracking towards our Tourism Vision 2020 targets.

Graphs derived by Tourism NT from Tourism Research Australia’s National and International Visitor Surveys, Year Ending June 2018.

*Change in National Visitor Survey methodology from 2014 – domestic and combined estimates are not directly comparable to previous years.

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