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Tickets on sale now for PARRAdise in Darwin

Rugby League fans can now grab tickets for the much-anticipated 2024 Top End NRL clash between the Eels and the Dolphins.

Having visited the Territory for an annual clash since 2014, the Eels look forward to welcoming the Dolphins to Darwin, where blue & gold support continues to grow each year. 

Set to take place on Friday, 19 April 2024 at Darwin’s TIO Stadium, the blockbuster event will bring some of the game’s greats to the Territory.  

Clint Gutherson is excited to return to the Territory for his 9th Darwin appearance. 

“When the draw release comes out, we always mark the NT game in our calendar, it’s one of our favourite trips of the year.  

“The territory has always felt like another home for us. We love connecting with the fans, there are so many familiar faces who have showed up to support us over the years and we really appreciate them.” 

Mitch Moses runs out to TIO Stadium in 2023.
Mitch Moses runs out to TIO Stadium in 2023.

A number of community engagement events will take place while the teams are in the Territory. Details will be revealed closer to the date. 

The 2024 NRL match follows a sold-out game in 2023, with almost 12,500 fans descending on Darwin’s TIO stadium to watch the Eels and Broncos battle it out during the NRL ANZAC Round. 

Next year’s NRL game is part of a long-running partnership between the Northern Territory Government and Parramatta Eels, delivered through Northern Territory Major Events Company (NTMEC).

The partnership delivers a range of benefits for the Territory, bringing world-class sport to Darwin, and promoting Territory tourism at interstate Eels games and through their digital channels. 

Tickets start from $30 for adults and $10 for children.

Hospitality options are also available. 

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