Skip to main content

Roadside Assist

AANT wish to advise members that with the evolving covid situation and high demand for services, that this is having an impact on wait time for roadside assistance which are currently longer than usual. Also, please note that our Patrols will be wearing masks and physically distancing, and we are asking that you always follow the direction of the service provider on attendance.  We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding during this challenging time.

Vid: 53
Home / News / Shame on the fuel companies

Shame on the fuel companies

Shame on the fuel companies

The Automobile Association of the NT (AANT) CEO Anthony Hill says “the gap in the Northern Territory between the average wholesale and retail price has reached 37cpl, a level not seen since September 2014.

The average wholesale price has dropped 38cpl over the last 4 weeks and so there is no excuse for pump prices to be where they are today. Fuel retailers need to act now and reduce their prices.

The 24-hour average price according to MyFuelNT website for ULP91 is 128.8 in Darwin, 128.8 in Katherine and 144.9 in Alice Springs. 

“These prices must come down,  Territorians are doing it tough right now” he said.  This is not a time for fuel retailers to be profiteering.

Consumers should shop around for the best price on the day,  visit

Territory Lifestyle

We are committed to making the most of your Territory lifestyle