The who’s who of NT Tourism is coming to a city near you to put on the NT Muster, which is Tourism NT’s Annual Roadshow, showcasing the amazing products of the Northern Territory.

Tropical, vast and what most people think of as Australia, the Northern Territory sits on our continent’s top end.

But for one week in March, the NT is coming to Australia’s east coast for three days of updating, entertaining and informing travel agents just like you about all the great things going on up in the gorgeous NT.

And you’ll get to meet the people being all those amazing top end products, and finally, put faces to names and voices – YAY!

Who knows, even Dundee himself may show up.

Oh, and there’ll be many a prize to poke your stick at too, oh agents, so you’ll definitely want to come on down, because, who knows, you just may win a trip to Kakadu and/or Uluru – which are the territory’s most popular attractions/experiences, and rightly so.


But there are about a thousand and one other fantastic experiences awaiting your clients up in the NT!

Such as going on a crocodile cruise on Adelaide River (near Darwin), scoping out the perfect swimming holes in Litchfield National Park (just 90-minutes from Darwin), learning about Aboriginal culture in Arnhem Land (and stay a night in an eco-wilderness island retreat), or kayaking down Nitmiluk Katherine Gorge.


Or you could always just strike your finest yoga pose in the shadow of rocky monuments…


Or just bask in the last rays of the sun in gorgeous nature and appreciate life’s simple pleasures – the NT is your oyster!


And there are heaps of ways to get there too (besides flying), such as taking the train, hiring a car, or travelling in an air-conditioned bus.

But we’ll stop here because you’ll learn all about Australia’s cultural territory at the NT Muster…

So here are the all-important deets as to the where, when and what to do. (We’ve already explained the why…)

In Sydney, doors open at 5:30 on Tuesday 6th March at the Ivy Ballroom.

In Brisbane, doors open at 5.30 on Wednesday 7th March at the Stokehouse Q.

And in Melbourne, doors open at 5.30 on Thursday 8th March at Luminare.

To register: click here!


For any additional questions, please feel free to contact [email protected]

So make sure you save the date and get on down to the biggest event in the NT calendar!

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