Tourism NT promotes its arts trail, weddings and the military in latest campaign via KWP! Darwin
Launched by Lauren Moss, the minister for tourism and culture the arts trail will help support and grow the NT’s Aboriginal arts and cultural industry and provide new and enriched attractions for local and international tourists. KWP! creative director Corey Swaffer explained the rationale behind the positioning of the NT as ‘The world’s biggest art gallery’.
The video from the campaign features a local piece of music by Alice Springs’ musician David Crowe, titled the ‘Colours of the Territory’ that speaks to the vibrant landscapes and ancient culture. A series of eye catching print and digital ads will send holiday makers to the updated website featuring itineraries and maps with attractions, events and special offers.
#SayIDointheNT is the latest digital and print based wedding campaign, inspiring couples to tie the knot at an NT location that will take their breath away. Epic pictures of real brides standing in front of sweeping landscapes and natural icons from Uluru, to Kakadu and Litchfield National Park speak for themselves, who wouldn’t want wedding pictures like that?!
This digitally led modern and sophisticated campaign aims to provide awareness of the Territory as a wedding destination and educate brides to be on how to turn their dream big day into a reality. A new webpage has been developed and a range of collateral has been developed for a Sydney Bridal Fair activation.
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Not many people are aware that more bombs were dropped on Darwin than Pearl Harbor in World War Two. There is an amazing truth to be uncovered behind the Northern Territory’s military history and that’s the focus of this digital campaign.
Says Tristan Glover, group account director, KWP! Darwin: “The Territory’s military history is largely unknown. This campaign is about raising awareness of the significant military history of the NT and the number of interactive tours, museums, attractions and events that allow you to experience the history first hand.”
Drawing on the style of the World War Two Military recruitment ads, the print and digital campaign is both compelling and eye catching for anyone with an interest in military history. And you can check out the website and video.
Agency: KWP! Advertising
Executive Creative Director: Corey Swaffer
Associate Creative Director: David Ormston
Senior Art Director: Kent O’Halloran
Copywriter: Patrick O’Reilly
Group Account Director: Tristan Glover
General Manager: Kaia Hammond
Digital Strategist: Brittany James
Social Media Strategist: Jessie Wright
Strategic Director: David O’Loughlin
Executive Producer: Georgina Toole
Editor: Jeremy Hill-Brooks
Music (Arts Trail): Dave Crowe
Illustrator (Military) – Harry Slaghekke & Sam Tresize
Finished Artist: Andy Breeding, Amanda Cartwright & Carlie Chenoweth
Client: Monika Tonkin, Melanie Mutch, Nicole Sarfati, Becky Saywell