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Darwin and Palmerston 10 Year Museums Master Plan

Consultation has concluded

PROJECT OVERVIEW

The Northern Territory Government has embarked on the development of a 10 Year Museums Master Plan for Darwin and Palmerston to identify cultural infrastructure gaps and priorities, primarily focused on museums, galleries, libraries, art centres and keeping places.

The cultural landscape of Darwin and Palmerston is characterised by a variety of experiences. Across these areas there are a number of important and significant cultural assets under consideration.

To ensure these facilities can best tell the stories of the past and present, reflecting our cultural identity, this initial phase considers all stakeholder and community interests for integration within the Plan.

The final Master Plan will:

  • Support efforts to revitalise the Darwin and Palmerston CBD’s and contribute to lifting the Northern Territory’s tourism product
  • Review the existing cultural facilities and related activities in Darwin and Palmerston to assess future needs
  • Align an agreed vision and aspirations for the future development of cultural infrastructure
  • Provide a strategic framework to guide cultural infrastructure investment in both Darwin and Palmerston

CONSULTATION

We encourage you to share your thoughts and ideas by completing the survey below.

Closing date for feedback in this first phase is 6 October 2017.

There will be additional opportunities to provide feedback on museum master planning options by dropping in to have your say on the 29th and 30th September in the following locations.

Casuarina Square,

Thursday, 28th September 2017

3:30pm to 5:30pm


Palmerston Recreation Centre, Community Room,

Friday, 29th September 2017

from 4:00pm to 8:00pm


Live Darwin Hub, Darwin City Mall, opposite Cafe 21,

Saturday, 30th September 2017

from 9:00am to 1:00pm

PROJECT OVERVIEW

The Northern Territory Government has embarked on the development of a 10 Year Museums Master Plan for Darwin and Palmerston to identify cultural infrastructure gaps and priorities, primarily focused on museums, galleries, libraries, art centres and keeping places.

The cultural landscape of Darwin and Palmerston is characterised by a variety of experiences. Across these areas there are a number of important and significant cultural assets under consideration.

To ensure these facilities can best tell the stories of the past and present, reflecting our cultural identity, this initial phase considers all stakeholder and community interests for integration within the Plan.

The final Master Plan will:

  • Support efforts to revitalise the Darwin and Palmerston CBD’s and contribute to lifting the Northern Territory’s tourism product
  • Review the existing cultural facilities and related activities in Darwin and Palmerston to assess future needs
  • Align an agreed vision and aspirations for the future development of cultural infrastructure
  • Provide a strategic framework to guide cultural infrastructure investment in both Darwin and Palmerston

CONSULTATION

We encourage you to share your thoughts and ideas by completing the survey below.

Closing date for feedback in this first phase is 6 October 2017.

There will be additional opportunities to provide feedback on museum master planning options by dropping in to have your say on the 29th and 30th September in the following locations.

Casuarina Square,

Thursday, 28th September 2017

3:30pm to 5:30pm


Palmerston Recreation Centre, Community Room,

Friday, 29th September 2017

from 4:00pm to 8:00pm


Live Darwin Hub, Darwin City Mall, opposite Cafe 21,

Saturday, 30th September 2017

from 9:00am to 1:00pm

  • Museums Master Plan Online Survey

    Have your say on the Museums Master Plan by completing this survey. 

    This survey will take approximately 5 - 10 minutes.

    Have your say on the Museums Master Plan by completing this survey. 

    This survey will take approximately 5 - 10 minutes.

    Consultation has concluded