Latest News

  • Help Leave No Trace in Litchfield National Park

    Help Leave No Trace in Litchfield National Park

    15 December 2014  | Departmental Release

    The Parks and Wildlife Commission of the NT (PWCNT) advises that remaining rubbish bins at Litchfield National Park will start to be removed from Monday, 19 January 2015.

    - Read More

  • Alice Springs Desert Park keeping kids busy over summer

    Alice Springs Desert Park keeping kids busy over summer

    11 December 2014  | Ministerial Release

    The Alice Springs Desert Park is the place to be these summer school holidays, with a range of fun activities to keep kids busy.

    Minister for Parks and Wildlife Bess Price said a program for children aged between 8-12 was a great chance to learn how the park works.

    - Read More

  • Rescued Turtle Ready to be Released

    Rescued Turtle Ready to be Released

    2 December 2014  | Departmental Release

    An injured Northern Snapping Turtle that was rescued by a fisherman from Hardies Billabong is ready to be released back into the wild.

    - Read More

  • Wild and wonderful Christmas markets at the Wildlife Park

    Wild and wonderful Christmas markets at the Wildlife Park

    2 December 2014  | Ministerial Release

    Minister for Parks and Wildlife Bess Price said Territorians were in for a treat this December, with a huge range of gift ideas on offer at the annual Territory Wildlife Park Christmas Markets.

    "These rural markets are fantastic for people struggling with last minute gift ideas," Minister Price said.

    - Read More

  • Track upgrades link Alice Springs to the Telegraph Station

    Track upgrades link Alice Springs to the Telegraph Station

    1 December 2014  | Ministerial Release

    Minister for Parks and Wildlife Bess Price said track upgrades at the Alice Springs Telegraph Station (ASTS) would form an important link between major visitor destinations in Alice Springs.

    "Once complete, there will be a 2.1m wide, sealed path linking the ASTS historic buildings and picnic area with the Alice Springs bike path network," Mrs Price said.

    - Read More

  • World Parks Congress in Sydney a success

    World Parks Congress in Sydney a success

    18 November 2014  | Ministerial Release

    Minister for Parks and Wildlife, Bess Price, today joined a delegation in Sydney for the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) World Parks Congress.

    "The World Parks Congress brings together some of the most influential people from all walks of life in a common endeavour towards conservation and sustainability," Minister Price said.

    - Read More

View more news