Visitors to the Territory can receive a $1000 discount from the NT Government for arriving between October 1 and March 31.
The wet season campaign means tourists can save $200 for every $1000 spent on flights, accommodation, tours and attractions or hire vehicles, up to a maximum of $1000.
Visitors would have to book their tour packages through major travel companies including Holidays of Australia, Helloworld or Flight Centre.
Tourism Minister Natasha Fyles said the $5 million NT Summer Sale campaign will help drive visitation to the NT in what is the NT's traditionally low period.
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"If you're considering visiting the NT, our message is clear. All Australians not located in a current hotspot are welcome to come to the Territory," she said.
"Last year Aussies spent more than $64 billion on overseas holidays. With international travel on the backburner for a while yet, we're encouraging everyone from areas where COVID-19 is contained to enjoy an adventure of a lifetime here in the NT."
The Territory Tourism Voucher continues to support the Tourism industry during the ongoing Public Health Emergency with more than 21,000 vouchers redeemed so far generating $8.6 million in bookings for tourism operators.
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