The BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown will now take place on 15-16 August. Originally scheduled for 8-9 August, the race weekend has been rescheduled due to changes around COVID-19 hotspots.
One of the Top End’s favourite events begins tomorrow, with Darwin Festival promising 11 days and nights of incredible entertainment.
Four favourite Territory events are being joined by a newcomer this year as August turns into a celebration of Indigenous art, fashion, design and music. In a sign of the times, all will be accessible online, showing how the world’s oldest living culture is finding new ways to connect with people.
A favourite spectacle will return to Darwin on Thursday, 6 August, with the Supercars Transporter Convoy set to cruise through town ahead of the BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown on 8-9 August and the CoreStaff Darwin SuperSprint on 15-16 August.
Congratulations to Jessie Miller and family from Abbotts Camp, Alice Springs, who are our latest Pride in Your Place winner.
134 new prefabricated homes are being delivered to 24 remote communities through HomeBuild, part of the Our Community. Our Future. Our Homes. remote housing program.
A long-time Darwin business, CoreStaff, has joined the Supercars experience as the new naming rights partner of the Darwin SuperSprint event.
The Northern Territory Government is offering an exciting opportunity for commercial management of the Gardens Event Centre at the George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens (The Gardens).
The Territory Labor Government continues to invest in job creating projects to support local businesses as we navigate the coronavirus pandemic.
The Northern Territory Government has made significant investments to transform the youth justice system to ensure youth offenders face consequences, are held accountable for their actions, and make positive changes to their behaviour.