Nyinkka Nyunyu (pronounced ny-ink-a ny-oo ny-oo) is a fascinating and unique art, culture and interpretive centre, which offers visitors the opportunity to learn about Aboriginal life, history and lan...
Experience life in Tennant Creek's 1930s outback gold rush, panning for your own gold and touring the underground mine to see the machinery in action. Featuring underground mine tours and audio tours...
The Pebbles

The Pebbles

Tennant Creek

The mysterious granite boulders of The Pebbles - the smaller relatives of the Devils Marbles - form a unique & beautiful landscape to the Tennant Creek region. Known to the Waramungu people as Kunjarr...
Lake Mary Ann

Lake Mary Ann

Tennant Creek

Mary Ann Dam Recreation Lake is a cool oasis, five kilometres north of Tennant Creek just beyond the Honeymoon Ranges. Home to many water birds, this man made dam is a pleasant surprise in a rugged, C...
Davenport Ranges

Davenport Ranges

Tennant Creek

Located 90 kilometres from Tennant Creek and 1120 sq km’s. The Davenport Range National Park is home to the Waramungu, Alyawerre and Kaytetye people. Aboriginal ties to this land are very strong, with...
Gold

Gold

Tennant Creek

Tennant Creek’s gold rush of the 1930s was the last in Australia’s history and was at one time the third largest gold producer in the country. Visitors to Tennant Creek today can take a tour through a...
Open to visitors.
John Flynn Memorial

John Flynn Memorial

Tennant Creek

commemorating the famous outback missionary
Built in 1872, it is easy to underestimate the significance of the once remote Tennant Creek Telegraph Station. Early travellers welcomed the refuge from the harsh and unforgiving surroundings. Imagin...