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The Territory Remembers – our extraordinary women

The Northern Territory Government is pleased to be able to honour the extraordinary women in the NT this International Women’s’ Day through The Territory Remembers. 

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The Territory Remembers the Bombing of Darwin

The Northern Territory Government has paid tribute to those who perished in Darwin’s darkest hour.

On the 74th anniversary of the Bombing of Darwin, Chief Minister Adam Giles said it was important for Australians not to forget the horror of 19 February 1942.

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Royal Flying Doctor Service to operate new high-tech tourism attraction at Darwin Wharf

The Royal Flying Doctor Service will invest more than $3 million in a new tourism attraction at Darwin's Stokes Hill Wharf that will feature a virtual reality and holographic experience of the Bombing of Darwin.

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Darwin set for major new tourism attraction

Wartime Darwin will be brought to life in a never-before-seen virtual reality and holographic experience taking people into the battlefront during the Bombing of Darwin.

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World War II heritage honoured with The Territory Remembers program

The Northern Territory Government today launched its The Territory Remembers program to commemorate the Territory's World War II heritage.

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Dancing on Bathurst Island

Tiwi Island residents today celebrated the launch of 'Territory Remembers', a program to commemorate the Territory's WWII history. It includes the creation of a statue of Tiwi man Matthias Ullungura, who captured the first prisoner of war on Australian soil.

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The Territory Remembers

The Territory Government is investing $2.25 million in a special two year events program building towards the 75th anniversary of the Bombing of Darwin.

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Bombing of Darwin podtour: a journey back to 1942

Go back in time and experience Darwin through the day of the first Japanese air raid attack on Australia, with the ABC Bombing of Darwin Walking Tour.

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