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Territory together : a Territory Government initiative

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Territory Together Newsletter http://www.territorytogether.nt.gov.au/enews/july2012.html[1/08/2012 11:53:07 AM] Safari arrives in Darwin The multicultural culinary delights of Darwin will soon be featuring in the SBS Television series Food Safari 4. Recently the shows film crew visited Darwin to film an episode with award winning food presenter and author Maeve OMeara. The local episode is set to air in 2013 and will be a wonderful promotion of Top Ends culinary delights, featuring a number of our best chefs and cooks. The producers chose to film in Darwin because it offers such a unique location from a food perspective with our Asian and European influences, such as Thai, Vietnamese, Cambodian, East Timorese, Greek, Indonesian, and Aboriginal foods. Darwin is renowned for its market food, with the Food Safari crew having filmed at the Mindil Beach markets, Thursday 5 July followed by the Rapid Creek on Sunday 7 July, in an aid to capture the amazing fresh produce and the Territory lifestyle at its best. ^ back to top http://www.territorytogether.nt.gov.au/ Above (left) The Territory Together stand at the 2012 Alice Springs show and (right) volunteers. Above and below: Childrens artwork and the art station at the 2012 Alice Springs show. Above (left) Tennant Creek show patrons and volunteers interacting at the Territory Together stand, and (right) the craft station at the 2012 Tennant Creek show. ^ back to top Territory Together is published by the Northern Territory Government | Go to the Territory Together homepage Interpreter Services | Disclaimer/Copyright/Privacy | Email web manager Northern Territory Government of Australia If you no longer wish to receive this newsletter, unsubscribe by sending an email with "UNSUBSCRIBE" in the subject field to webmanager.dcm@nt.gov.au. http://www.territorytogether.nt.gov.au/ http://www.territorytogether.nt.gov.au/enews/images/july2012/Alice-Springs-001.jpg http://www.territorytogether.nt.gov.au/enews/images/july2012/Alice-Springs-006.jpg http://www.territorytogether.nt.gov.au/enews/images/july2012/Alice-Springs-009.jpg http://www.territorytogether.nt.gov.au/enews/images/july2012/Alice-Springs-010.jpg http://www.territorytogether.nt.gov.au/enews/images/july2012/Alice-Springs-012.jpg http://www.territorytogether.nt.gov.au/enews/images/july2012/show.jpg http://www.territorytogether.nt.gov.au/enews/images/july2012/Alice-Springs-014.jpg http://www.territorytogether.nt.gov.au/enews/images/july2012/show2.jpg http://www.territorytogether.nt.gov.au/ http://www.nt.gov.au/ntg/interpreters.shtml http://www.nt.gov.au/ntg/disclaimer.shtml mailto:webadmin.nretas@nt.gov.au http://www.nt.gov.au/ mailto:webmanager.dcm@nt.gov.au?subject=UNSUBSCRIBE - SmartNT

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