Bond Springs

The NT Land Corporation holds a Special Purpose Lease over the Bond Springs Airstrip north of Alice Springs. The Corporation has negotiated licence arrangements with several Central Australian aviation clubs to manage and use the strip under a management committee.

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Gregory National Park

The NT Land Corporation held the previous pastoral areas, Delamere and Coolibah Stock Route, while the land was being consolidated for Gregory National Park. From 2021, the Gregory National Park will officially be known as Judbarra National Park.

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Darwin River Dam

The NT Land Corporation previously held the land incorporating the Darwin River Dam catchment while the area was consolidated. The land was subsequently transferred to the Power Water Corporation.

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West MacDonnell Ranges

The NT Land Corporation held Milton Park pastoral lease in the West MacDonnell Ranges region while the area for the park was excised to form part of the West MacDonnell National Park. The area not required for the park was then sold to adjoining land owners.

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Kings Canyon

The Kings Canyon Resort site was held by the NT Land Corporation during the period of release and negotiation with commercial developers. The land was then transferred to the new owners of the Resort site.

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Mataranka Station

Mataranka Station Pastoral Lease was acquired by the Northern Territory Government in 1982 and subsequently granted to the NT Land Corporation in 1983 as a Crown Lease in Perpetuity. Since then the area has been utilised by the former Katherine Rural College then Charles Darwin University, as a training facility in the agricultural sector until…

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Limmen National Park

In the late 1900s, the NT Land Corporation was entrusted with the properties which would later become known as the Limmen National Park. The NT Land Corporation held and maintained Nathan River Station, Bellengarrah and St Vidgeons until such time as the Limmen National Park was gazetted in July 2012. The properties were then formally…

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Venn Horticultural Subdivision

The NT Land Corporation facilitated the release of the Venn Horticultural Subdivision in 1996. The Venn Horticultural Subdivision is located approximately 15 kms south of Katherine and has over 3,000 hectares of developed land currently used to grow mangoes, melons and pumpkins.

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Gamba Grass Management Trials

The NT Land Corporation has been working with Territory Natural Resource Management, and in particular the Finniss Reynolds Catchment Group to undertake Gamba grass management trials. The Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Weeds Branch in conjunction with the NT Land Corporation have been undertaking aerial spraying trials on a 150 hectare site in the…

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Douglas Daly

The NT Land Corporation, in conjunction with the Department of Primary Industry and Resources and the NT Farmers Association identified 200 hectares of prospective under-utilised land at Douglas Daly Research Farm which was released under licence to a commercial farming entity in 2020, to expand crop production in the NT.

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