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Staff newsletter


Newsletter, May 2018

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DTC newsletter 22 May 2018.htm[23/05/2018 9:24:11 AM] Japanese travel agents tour Top End in readiness for charter flights to the NT Sixteen front-line travel agents from JTB World Vacations, the largest Japanese travel wholesaler, experienced some of the best Top End tourist sites and attractions recently, in readiness for the forthcoming JTB Charter Flight program commencing in the NT later this year. The guests enjoyed a a quintessential Top End experience including Darwin City Sights tour, sunset dinner cruise with Darwin Harbour Cruises, a tour of the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Crocosaurus Cove, the spectacular Jumping Crocodile Cruise on the Adelaide River and lunch at Corroboree Park Tavern. The first Qantas A330 charter flight is scheduled to arrive in Darwin on 11 August 2018, with 269 economy passengers and 28 business class passengers. Read the full media release here. Melbourne Demons set to bring fire to the Red Centre The Territory's Melbourne Demons return to Traeger Park, Alice Springs, to take on the Adelaide Crows on Sunday 27 May. For more information or to purchase tickets see here. https://corporate.createsend1.com/t/t-l-uilltyd-nthcdjld-k/ https://corporate.createsend1.com/t/t-l-uilltyd-nthcdjld-u/

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