Article – NT to invest A$4.75m in tourism infrastructure

9 April 2015
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Australia’s Northern Territory Government will spend A$4.75 million in the next two years on a Tourism Infrastructure Development Fund aimed at developing strategic infrastructure designed to grow the value of NT tourism.
One known beneficiary will be the WWII Oil Storage Tunnels at the Darwin Waterfront, with the visitor experience there to be enhanced.
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