Nitmiluk Tours will be on show to around 1,500 industry representatives at the largest annual travel and tourism event this week.
The Katherine business joins a range of other Territory experiences at the 40th annual Australian Tourism Exchange, taking place in Perth.
Spreading the word about the Territory's incredible range of events, places and experiences, the ATE brings together Australian tourism businesses, wholesalers and retailers from around the world.
Delegates from around 550 companies will also be there along with 650 key buyers from more than 30 countries, and 70 international and Australian media groups.
The Department of Tourism, Sport and Culture chief executive, Simonne Shepherd said holiday visitor numbers are growing.
The NT Government has poured millions of dollars into selling the Top End as a holiday destination for domestic and international travellers.
In a bid to turn the declining economy around and "put more money into the pockets of Territorians" the cash splash increased international visitor numbers by 1.9 per cent, according to Ms Shepherd.
"International visitor numbers to the Territory increased 1.9 per cent for the 2018 calendar year compared to 2017, with international visitors spending an estimated $472 million here.
"The Australian Tourism Exchange is another opportunity for Tourism NT to develop and strengthen international visitor markets, which will further contribute to the NT's ongoing tourism success story."
Crocosaurus Cove, Kakadu Cultural Tours and Kakadu Tourism will also be represented at the event.
Sales and marketing manager of Kakadu Tourism, James Robinson said the trade show is a good opportunity to meet product managers looking for new products and destinations for their markets.
"This year we have been discussing a low-season tour and new accommodation at Cooinda Lodge Kakadu, and upcoming projects such as a state-of-the-art buffet experience with locally inspired dishes at the Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel," he said.
"We are also supporting post-ATE familiarisation tours in conjunction with Tourism NT and Parks Australia, to showcase the rich cultural and wildlife experiences on offer in Kakadu National Park."
ATE 2019 is organised by Tourism Australia in partnership with Tourism Western Australia, and is taking place at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre.
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