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The Northern Territory is blessed with rich land and sea resources and enjoys a consistently robust economy and strong population growth. The Top End is the envy of farmers Australia-wide for its guaranteed wet season rainfall that nourishes premium crops and livestock destined for burgeoning domestic and offshore markets.
The Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries (DPIF) is the government agency responsible for facilitating industry development in these vital economic sectors, ensuring the optimal use of the Territory's fisheries and primary industries resources.
The combined value of our rural and fishing sectors exceeds $540 million a year, accounting for 3.3% of Gross State Product (GSP).
The industries we service impact on the economic and social well-being of thousands of owners, managers, employees, service people and families in urban and rural communities, across all Northern Territory regions and climatic zones.
The department's multi-skilled specialist team of scientists, researchers, technicians, extension officers and support staff are committed to supporting industry with research initiatives, business development programs and production and supply-chain information focused on expanding the productive capacity of the Northern Territory’s primary and fisheries industries.
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|Annual Report 2013-14 (Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries)
|Northern Territory Primary Industry and Fisheries Overview and Outlook 2013 [DOCX]
Welcome to the fifth edition of the Northern Territory Primary Industries and Fisheries Overview and Outlook. This document provides more comprehensive information and analyses of statistics related to the NT Primary Industry Sectors than the Economic Outlook 2013. It is based on actual statistics up to 2012-13 and provides forecast figures. In addition the document provides information on the NT economy, the performance of industry sectors, industry forecasts, industry multiplier effects, NT major trading partners, currency exchange rates and links to other useful publications and websites.
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|Northern Territory Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries Industry Development Plan 2013-2017
A flourishing economy underpinned by profitable and sustainable resource-based industries.
To work with our partners to stimulate and sustain economic development throughout the Territory.