• Central Australian motorsports score big in Budget 2015

    Motorsport in Central Australia and the Barkly will be zooming ahead with $4.45 million allocated for events and infrastructure upgrades at key facilities across the region in Budget 2015.

  • Eels host crocs, snakes, lizards…and a whip cracker

    A little bit of the Outback will be on show in Sydney this weekend when a veritable menagerie of Territory animals and our most famous whip cracker descend on Parramatta.

  • Hidden Valley infrastructure upgrades

    The Hidden Valley Motor Sports Complex is set to receive $8.05 million for infrastructure upgrades in Budget 2015, cementing the Territory’s position as a venue of choice for racing.

Next Event:

AFL Premiership Match: Melbourne Demons V Port Adelaide

30 May 2015

Alice Springs

Demons to take on Port in the Red Centre in 2015 as part of its two-year agreement with the Northern Territory Government, the Melbourne Demons will take on Port Adelaide on 30 May in Alice Springs and West Coast on 4 July in Darwin.

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Adelaide United Football Club

The Northern Territory Government has teamed up with Adelaide United Football Club and the Football Federation of Australia to deliver... Read more...

Melbourne Demons

The AFL games in the Territory help the sport to grow at the grass roots level across our region and help produce even more Territory champions of the sport. Read more...

Parramatta Eels

The partnership with the Eels includes a strong focus on connecting with the community through their anti-bullying community school visits, leadership for men programs and promoting elite pathways for our athletes in the NTIS Rugby League Program. Read more...