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Tennant Creek

Visitor Centre:
Tennant Creek Vistor Information Centre
Battery Hill, Peko Road
Phone: 08 8962 2181
Fax: 08 8962 2022
Visitor website: www.barklytourism.com.au
General:
ATTRACTIONS
To the north (11kms) stands the solitary Telegraph Station. Other points of interest: Kunjarra/The Pebbles, Anzac Hill Lookout, Bill Allen Lookout, RSL Grounds and the Historic Town Walk.
Tennant Creek Visitor Information Centre
Housed within Battery Hill Mining Centre Complex, friendly staff dispense information on Tennant Creek and surrounding Barkly Region. Stocked with maps, displays and brochures, they cover sites of interest anywhere; Alice Springs, Katherine, Darwin, Kununurra, and of course Mt Isa to the east.
Housed within Battery Hill Mining Centre Complex, friendly staff dispense information on Tennant Creek and the Barkly Region. Carrying maps, displays and brochures for the area, the NT and further afield, they also stock a great range of quality giftware and souvenirs.
Lake Mary Ann
Built in 1981, this man-made lake has a shady picnic area, playground, nature walks, wildflowers and birdlife. Swimming is permitted.
Tennant Creek Telegraph Station
11km north of town along the Stuart Highway. Experience the ‘untouched beauty’ of one of the oldest buildings in the Northern Territory.  Strategically placed signs guide visitors around the site while an information sheet together with a key (collect from the Visitor Centre) enables entry into the buildings.
Karlu Karlu/Devils Marbles
106kms south of Tennant Creek is a large group of immense granite boulders. These boulders are precariously balanced and spectacular, especially at sunrise or sunset. Self guided walks.
106kms south of Tennant Creek is a large group of immense granite boulders. These boulders are precariously balanced and spectacular, especially at sunrise or sunset. Self guided walks.
Battery Hill Mining Centre
Visit this extensive tourist facility, showcasing the history of Australia’s LAST gold rush. Tours take you Underground and/or around the operating Gold Stamp Battery daily during the season. Explore the mining heritage and machinery collection. Visit the museum exhibits: the spectacular McLaughlin Minerals Collection; and Freedom, Fortitude and Flies-an insight to gold-rush life on the field for the miners and their families.
Attractions:
To the north (11kms) stands the solitary Telegraph Station. Other points of interest: The Pebbles, Anzac Hill Lookout, Bill Allen Lookout, RSL Grounds and the Historic Town Walk.
Tennant Creek Visitor Information Centre
Housed within Battery Hill Mining Centre Complex, friendly staff dispense information on Tennant Creek and surrounding Barkly Region. Stocked with maps, displays and brochures, they cover sites of interest anywhere; Alice Springs, Katherine, Darwin, Kununurra, and of course Mt Isa to the east.
Lake Mary Ann
Built in 1981, this man-made lake has a shady picnic area, playground, nature walks, wildflowers and birdlife. Swimming is permitted.
Tennant Creek Telegraph Station
11km north of town along the Stuart Highway. Experience the ‘untouched beauty’ of one of the oldest buildings in the Northern Territory.  Strategically placed signs guide visitors around the site while an information sheet together with a key (collect from the Visitor Centre) enables entry into the buildings.
Karlu Karlu/Devils Marbles
106kms south of Tennant Creek is a large group of immense granite boulders. These boulders are precariously balanced and spectacular, especially at sunrise or sunset. Self guided walks.
Battery Hill Mining Centre
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Visit this extensive tourist facility, showcasing the history of the Australia’s last gold rush. Underground Tours are conducted daily during the season. Self guided walks to Gold Stamp Battery and aged machinery. Visit the museums onsite: the spectacular McLaughlin Minerals Collection and Freedom, Fortitude and Flies. Glimpse back in time to the lifestyles and hardships of Tennant’s pioneer women and children.
Nyinkka Nyunyu
The award winning Nyinkka Nyunyu Aboriginal Art and Culture Centre has a comprehensive display of bush tucker and medicine specimens.