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NT Made Feature


While it may be considered the last frontier, from its very beginning, the Northern Territory has been a land of opportunity. A place where anything is possible.

A place where anything is possible. The NT is an ethnic melting pot that brings out the best in everyone. No one asks where you’re from; they ask what you do. Rolling up your sleeves and giving things a go is applauded and rewarded.

The NT is where ambition, hard work and drive go hand-in-hand with a vibrant tropical lifestyle. It’s where dreams come alive and thrive, where thinking big is the norm. From the earliest pastoralists, drovers, miners, farmers, fishermen, shop owners and more, it took guts and determination to survive — but they cheerfully paved the way.

Territorians have been achieving remarkable things in agribusiness initiatives, remote area projects and unique tourism experiences. Today even our locally bred techno’s are conquering the world stage. Many people come to the Territory on a holiday, a whim, a fancy, a promise of highly paid work, then stay because they not only love the lifestyle, but they see a potential not easily accessible or available anywhere else.

Rather than “no”, people are encouraged to “give it a go”. There are countless opportunities, time and space to connect with others. In this issue we reveal some NT made products and meet some of the people who have created a new life and business in the Territory, one they had either only dreamt of or hadn’t even considered until arriving here.

Each quarter in Territory Qs NT Made feature we’ll talk to people who have crystallised their dreams, who have created a new business in the Territory, propelled their careers and found fantastic personal growth opportunities. If you think you or your business fit these criteria talk to Nannette Holliday about being featured. TQ