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BREAKING: The Top End’s second only marine park kicks off

Today marks the addition of the second only marine park in Territory waters. The new Limmen Bight Marine Park was welcomed by stakeholders for the benefits it will bring to the Top End's fishing, tourism and marine life.

NEWS: Darwin Harbour oil spill court proceedings delayed

Further delays for the Darwin Harbour Oil Spill court proceedings. “It’s almost fours years later and we’re yet to see justice served”. 

EVENT: Our coasts are at a crossroads

Join us for this free event and hear about our amazing Top End coasts, the threats they face, and how you can help.

Media Release: New exhibition highlights the beauty of the NT’s second Marine Park

Legendary Territory artist and explorer, Paul Arnold, is today releasing a new series of work based on the Limmen Bight region in the Gulf of Carpentaria.

EVENT: Limmen comes to life in Paul Arnold's new exhibition

Paul Arnold’s latest aerial artwork and textile exhibition features incredible never seen before images of the iconic Roper River and Limmen Bight Region. 

Media Release: Limmen Bight Marine Park’s new plan could be a win win for fishing, culture and conservation

Top End conservationists, fishers and tourism operators have today welcomed the NTGovernment’s call for public comment over the next month on how best to manage and protect the incredible cultural, recreational, commercial and ecological values of one of the Top End’s secret gems - the Limmen Bight Marine Park.

BREAKING: NT coasts have their first ever plan for protection

The Territory’s first ever plan to protect the Top End coasts is welcomed. Today the NT Government released the NT Coastal and Marine Management Strategy, delivering on one of their most important election commitments.

EVENT: Territory Water Forum - what do new proposals for dams and water mean for our rivers and fishing?

Join us at the Palmerston Game Fishing Club to hear from Territory experts on threats to Top End rivers and our fishing lifestyle.

ABC News - Coastal Economics - July 20, 2019

ABC Darwin reports that Top End coasts are worth almost $3 billion a year, but that revenue is in danger without a plan to protect our coasts.

EVENT: What does a changing climate mean for our coasts & fishing?

Join us at the Darwin Railway Club on Tuesday 6 August, to hear about what climate change means for Top End mangroves, coasts and marine wildlife, and our fishing lifestyle. Book your free ticket here.  

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