Tennant Creek is home to a number of sacred sites belonging to the traditional land owners, the Warumungu people, including the region’s most famous landmark, the Devils Marbles, about 100 kilometres south of the town.
Visit the Nyinkka Nyunyu Culture Centre, an award-winning aboriginal attraction that showcases the people’s stories and art, or capture the gold mining history at sites around the town such as the Battery Hill Mining Centre.
Just east toward the Queensland border lies the Barkly Tablelands, renowned for some of the most important cattle grazing areas in the Northern Territory. Enjoy one of the beautiful camping sites or discover Connells Lagoon Conservation Reserve.
Travel south to view the ruggedly beautiful landscape, wander through the Davenport Range National Park or stop in at Barrow Creek or Wycliffe Well.
Visit Elliott, the regions second largest town developed during World War II or explore Lake Woods nearby, a haven for many bird species.
Visit Tennant Creek and Surrounds for some of Australia’s natural wonders and gold rush history.
See thetrip planner to plan your trip in this region.
Pictured Top; Devils Marbles Conservation Reserve (Karlu Karlu) Credit: Tourism NT.
Pictured below; Frew River waterholes, Davenport Ranges, Credit: Tourism NT.