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17 April 2015 | Ministerial Release
Budget 2015 will invest $790,000 to ensure Buffalo Creek boat ramp is safer and more secure for recreational fishermen.
Minister for Parks and Wildlife Bess Price said the upgrades will include the expansion of the free parking space, CCTV and beach protection.- Read More
15 April 2015 | Departmental Release
If you would like to learn more about capturing digital photos in the stunning Central Australian landscape, then the Parks and Wildlife Commission of the NT (PWCNT) has the activity just for you.
PWCNT Senior Ranger, Sheridan Martin said people were invited to join the tag along photography tour through the Owen Springs Reserve on Monday, 4 May.- Read More
14 April 2015 | Ministerial Release
The Northern Territory Government has worked in partnership with Traditional Owners to prepare draft Joint Management Plans for three Central Australian parks and reserves.
Minister for Parks and Wildlife, Bess Price, said the draft Joint Management Plans for Iytwelepenty / Davenport Ranges National Park, Napwerte / Ewaninga Rock Carvings Conservation Reserve and Yeperenye / Emily and Jessie Gaps Nature Park are now open for public comment.- Read More
13 April 2015 | Ministerial Release
The Giles Government is investing $39 million in improvements to Litchfield National Park as part of Budget 2015, including funding to complete sealing of the Litchfield Park Road.
"The waterfalls of Litchfield National Park are a favourite weekend escape for Darwin residents, as well as a mecca for tourists and we want to make it easier for everyone to enjoy this beautiful slice of the Top End," Chief Minister Adam Giles said.- Read More
12 April 2015 | Ministerial Release
Budget 2015 is set to provide Casuarina Coastal Reserve with its biggest ever funding injection.
Minister for Parks and Wildlife, Bess Price, said the Casuarina Coastal Reserve is the most popular park or reserve in the Northern Territory and is finally receiving the funding and upgrades to recognise this.- Read More
8 April 2015 | News Story
The Northern Territory Government in partnershipwith Aboriginal Traditional Owners and other key stakeholders have prepareddraft Joint Management Plans for Iytwelepenty/ Davenport Ranges National Park, Napwerte / Ewaninga Rock Carvings ConservationReserve and Yeperenye / Emily and Jessie Gaps Nature Park.- Read More