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TERRITORY TOURISM VOUCHER
The Territory Government has announced a tourism voucher scheme to encourage Territorians to explore the Territory and support local tourism businesses until borders can safely re-open to interstate visitors.
More than 26,000 vouchers worth $200 will be available from 1 July 2020 for Territorians to put towards a tourism experience, tour, accommodation or hire car, so long as they match the spend with their own money.
NT BORDERS OPEN 17 JULY
The Northern Territory will end its mandatory quarantine arrangements to all states and territories from 12:01am on Friday 17 July visitors from interstate will not have to self-quarantine for 14 days before enjoying the Territory.
Baby Bilby Boom in South West NSW National Park.
A baby bilby boom has been recorded in south-west NSW for the first time in a century
After 50 bilbies were released into Mallee Cliffs National Park in 2019, ecologists have now recorded the first signs of a new generation.
Tourism Grants to 13 Aboriginal owned businesses.
Thirteen Aboriginal owned and operated Territory tourism businesses have been awarded grants to further enhance their unique cultural tourism offerings as they share over $200 000 in funding through the Aboriginal Tourism Grant Program.
Heading Inland, QLD’s Sunshine Coast Hinterland
There is more to the Sunshine Coast than the popular major coastal towns of Noosa, Coolum and Mooloolaba with their beaches & surf.
A short trip inland, to the Hinterland reveals so much that is on offer. From the volcanic peaks of the Glasshouse Mountains, the rolling hills and lakes nestled behind Noosa, there are many hidden gems.
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