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  • Berry Springs Closed for Swimming

    Berry Springs Closed for Swimming

    29 October 2014  | Departmental Release

    The Parks and Wildlife Commission of the NT (PWCNT) advises that the waterholes at Berry Springs Nature Park will be closed for swimming from tomorrow for the duration of the Wet Season. - Read More

  • Rolling success in our parks

    Rolling success in our parks

    28 October 2014  | Ministerial Release

    The Giles Government understands the Territory lifestyle and the importance of being able to embrace and enjoy our great outdoors.

    Minister for Parks and Wildlife Bess Price said under this Government, visitor numbers at three key parks were increasing.

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  • Frogs on Friday

    Frogs on Friday

    23 October 2014  | Ministerial Release

    Minister for Parks and Wildlife, Bess Price, is encouraging Central Australian nature lovers to hop on over to Simpsons Gap during November.

    "Every Friday during November, rangers will be hosting a frog spotting evening at Simpsons Gap so people can learn more about and meet the species of frogs that call the desert home," Mrs Price said.

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  • New names reflect Aboriginal cultural connection to parks

    New names reflect Aboriginal cultural connection to parks

    22 October 2014  | Ministerial Release

    The Minister for Parks and Wildlife Bess Price has announced the official name change of
    three popular Central Australian parks. 


    "The names have been changed to reflect each park or reserve's deep and long-standing
    Aboriginal cultural associations," Mrs Price said.
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  • New toilet block for Casuarina Coastal Reserve

    New toilet block for Casuarina Coastal Reserve

    13 October 2014  | Ministerial Release

    The Northern Territory Government is working hard to make parks and reserves safer and enjoyable for everyone.

    Minister for Parks and Wildlife Bess Price today announced that a new toilet block will be built at Casuarina Coastal Reserve.

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  • Free WiFi for Wangi Falls

    Free WiFi for Wangi Falls

    11 October 2014  | Ministerial Release

    Locals and visitors to Wangi Falls at Litchfield National Park will now be able to upload their happy snaps and stay connected to friends and family on the Internet with free public WiFi switched on at the Park by the Northern Territory Government.

    It's the first Territory-managed Park to have free public WiFi installed.

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