Sports-loving residents of property in Darwin will be treated to live Rugby League action for the next four years.
In an August 15 news release, Minister for Sport and Recreation Matt Conlan announced that the Northern Territory had signed a partnership with the Parramatta Eels, which will bring premiership matches to the territory until 2018.
The partnership will officially commence next year, and games will take place in Darwin and Alice Springs.
"This is a great day for the sport of rugby league and the Territory," said Mr Conlan.
"While these games are important to the Territory, this agreement goes much further than just NRL games and will also deliver significant benefits to our community over the next four seasons, all year long."
Under the agreement, the Eels have guaranteed a regular season home game in Darwin each year until 2018.
In addition, Mr Conlan said that the Eels will have a "strong, ongoing presence in the Territory", participating in various community initiatives such as promoting healthy lifestyles and the importance of education, and providing strong role models for the men in the territory.
This will be a massive boost to those with real estate in Darwin, as the Eels' presence will garner nationwide attention and enrich the city's sporting culture.