Tag Archives: kakadu

Tourism treasures waiting for smart government spending


A plan to open up country around the Gulf of Carpentaria – the potential water playground for Central Australians, has been gathering dust for nearly 30 years. Guest commentator GRAEME HOCKEY went there and concluded the NT Government is spending money in all the wrong places. FULL STORY »

NT tourism turbocharger out of gas as Feds eye off Kakadu

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The Gunner Government’s “turbocharging” isn’t doing much for the tourism in The Centre but both Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten are pledging hundreds of millions for Kakadu (pictured) as the Federal election campaign is heading for the sharp end. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. FULL STORY »

Great Barrier Reef at risk, and so is Kakadu

Queensland academic Dr Sally Driml provides background information about the Great Barrier Reef and its demise predicted by Tim Flannery. FULL STORY »