Visiting Darwin then stop in at Tourism Top End
The Tourism Top End (TTE) shop is on new premises 2007 on the
corner of Bennett and Smith Street (opposite the Smith Street
A special thanks from all of us at Australia 4 Wheel Drive Rentals
to TTE they has been so supportive of us business over the years.
Also our own thanks to Sylvia Wolfe our president of TTE for the
many years of dedication to establish our new premise.
Yes....... It's our association that offers a free information
service to our selfdrive travellers into the Territory. Representing
some 445 full members and 1000 associated members it has a wealth
of information and tours and accomodation at it's finger tips
to help you when you come to Darwin.
You really can't start your journey out from Darwin without going
here. The girls Lisa, Rebecca and Michelle
(also Darren not pictured) are really just so pleasant.
They also have maps free information sheets on the falls, treks,
walks, aboriginal art and parks.
If you want a fishing trip, standby accommodation or a day tour
or anything they are a great place to start when your in Darwin.
This would have to be one of the best Visitor Information Centre's
These ladies are our associations ambassadors for tourism information
and their service, friendliness and professionalism is all you
hope could hope for and expect.
The previous Tourism Top End office was located on Mitchell Street
till Saturday November 24th, 2007
You will see this logo throughout our website. It indicates the
holder is an Accredited Tourism Business. It certifies that the
relevant Tourism Top End and Katherine Region Tourist Association
Members for tour operator businesses have successfully completed
the requirements of the Australian Tourism Accreditation Standard
and is an accredited tourism business.
TOURISM TOP END VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE FINDS
A NEW HOME!
There are exciting times ahead as Tourism Top End turns a page in history this
week as the Association moves to their new premises on the corner
of Bennett and Smith Street (opposite the Smith Street Mall).
The new centre is located in the heritage-listed Reserve Bank Building that was
constructed in 1966/67 and provides a particularly fine example
of the late twentieth century stripped classical architectural
style. The building is a reminder of the role that the Reserve
Bank of Australia played in the development of a centralized
banking and monetary control system in Australia.
Tourism Top End identified this site as a premier and strategic location for
the Visitor Centre that will create an activity node that is
complementary to the Darwin Waterfront and the Convention Centre.
The building provides a great welcome to Darwin for our visitors
who will gain a pictorial snapshot of the Top End Region on
entry to the new centre from the dramatic and evocative images
displayed. The Centre will provide extensive and vital information
for visitors that will ensure that their visit to the Top End
is fulfilled. It will also offer extensive information that
covers the whole of the NT for the self-drive market.