Holiday Park Accommodation Tennant Creek and surrounds

For holiday accommodation in the Tennant Creek area, turu has you sorted. Tennant Creek township sits on the Explorer’s Way, 500km north of Alice Springs and 1000km south of Darwin. It is surrounded by the Barkly Tablelands to the east, and is also known as the NT’s heart of gold, a reference to the friendliness of its people as well as the area’s gold mining history. Australia’s last gold rush took place here in the 1930s, and there are plenty of opportunities to learn about it at attractions around town. Visitors can even try fossicking for their own gold. Aboriginal culture is strong in Tennant Creek. The traditional landowners of this area are the Warumungu people, and their land includes the region’s most famous landmark: the Devils Marbles, about 100km south of the town. The Nyinkka Nyunyu Culture Centre in Tennant Creek is an award-winning attraction that showcases Aboriginal people’s stories and art. Hike through the Honeymoon Ranges and reward yourself with a dip in Lake Mary Ann. Or make the trip in October to attend the annual Barkly Goldrush Campdraft Challenge; a chance see stockman (Australia’s answer to cowboys) do what they do best.

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