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Northern Territory budget papers 2019-20



Northern Territory budget papers 2019-20

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2019/20 Budget papers


Northern Territory. Department of Treasury and Finance


Northern Territory budget papers; Reports; PublicationNT




Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).




Appropriations and expenditures; Periodicals; Budget; Finance, Public

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Northern Territory Government

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Attribution International 4.0 (CC BY 4.0)

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Northern Territory Government



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Program details by agency 33 The Infrastructure Program Department of Tourism, Sport and Culture Program $000 CAPITAL WORKS 170 408 GRANTS 8 355 REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE 10 040 TOTAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM 188 803 Capital works Revoted works from 2018-19 104 926 Minor new works 1 097 Central Australia Central Australia new multi-day walking track 5 600 Construction of a new viewing platform at the end of Kings Creek walk 482 Hermannsburg Historic Precinct upgrades 2 700 Planning to support construction of the National Aboriginal Art Gallery in Alice Springs 2 041 Upgrades to various motorsport and recreation infrastructure 3 469 West MacDonnell National Park new adventure cycling track 8 400 Barkly Arts Trail Tennant Creek art and culture upgrades 10 000 New visitor experiences including gold rush and ore mining interpretative displays in Tennant Creek 5 321 Katherine Arts Trail Katherine art gallery extensions 10 000 Nitmiluk National Park Infrastructure upgrades to support business ventures and enhanced visitor experiences 6 421 New walking trails linking with mountain bike trails 5 101 East Arnhem Arts Trail Arnhem Land art gallery extensions 10 000 Palmerston and Litchfield Litchfield National Park East Reynolds new adventure hub, opening new swimming areas, campgrounds, picnic areas and 4WD tracks 11 100 Darwin George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens improve facilities and new multipurpose visitor and event centre 8 314 Redevelopment of Warren Park, Marrara for rugby league 2 248 Staged upgrade and replacement of heating, ventilating and airconditioning system at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory 1 976 continued

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