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Welcome to the Northern Territory GenWeb Project

The Northern Territory is a federal territory of Australia. The capital city is Darwin; the other two sizable settlements are Alice Springs (in the desert interior, 1,500 kilometres to the south) and Katherine (near the base of the Top End). Residents of the Northern Territory are known simply as 'Territorians'.

> History of the Northern Territory
> Northern Territory Visitor's Guide 
> Photos of the Northern Territory
> Genealogical Societies & Links
 
The Northern Territory is divided into 17 local government areas to include: Alice Springs Town Council, Alyangula, Barkly Regional Council, Belyuen Community Government Council, Central Desert Regional Council, Coomalie Community Government Council, Darwin Rates Act Area (East Arm), Darwin, City of, East Arnhem Regional Council, Katherine Town Council, Litchfield Council, Local government area, MacDonnell Regional Council, Nhulunbuy Corporation, Palmerston, City of, Roper Gulf Regional Council, Tiwi Islands Regional Council, Unincorporated Top End Region (Finnis-Mary), Victoria Daly Regional Council, Wagait Shire Council, West Arnhem Regional Council, and Yular.
If you'd like to adopt one of the local government areas please contact the Australia National Coordinator.
Northern Territory, Australia   
 

We are always ready welcome volunteers for the exciting WorldGenWeb project. One of the openings is as a State/Territory  Coordinator for this the ACT. If you have an interest in helping us develope this valuable resource by volunteering to serve as the Coordinator, please contact the National Coordinator.

NT Coat of Arms





NT Flag

Northern Territory Coat of Arms
The Coat of Arms was granted by Queen Elizabeth in 1978.  It features a shield containing two aboriginal designs associated with Arnhem Land, a female aboriginal figure and two carved motifs.  On either side of the shield is a sprig of Sturt's Desert Rose.  The shield is supported by two red kangaroos holding shells.  At the crest is a wedge-tailed eagle, with wings splayed, on a rock.  Beneath the rock is a helmet.  This is the only Australian Coat of Arms to contain all the bird, animal and floral emblems for that state/territory.  (Source: Aussie Info)

Northern Territory Flag
The current state flag of the Northern Territory was officially adopted by the Northern Territory, Australia in 1978. The Northern Territory has been in existence since 1911, but could not hoist its first flag until self-government in 1978. (read about the history of the Flag)


Link to the NTGenWeb
Linking to the Northern Territory GenWeb Project is enthusiastically encouraged.  Just add http://www.australiagenweb.org/nt/ as a text hyperlink; or copy one of the the logos on the right and add the web link to the image properties.  To select the logo place your mouse over the image and right mouse click.  Select Save Picture As (or the alternative command in non-IE browsers); save to your computer.  Don't forget to transfer the image to your website server!


 

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Project Disclaimer :: Although the NTGenWeb Project attempts to provide accurate information
it assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of data.  Please self verify. 

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