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Tennant Creek & Surrounds

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Weave your way through iconic ranges and rock formations and unlock the explorer within. The Tennant Creek region hosis genuine outback tracks for two- and four-wheel drive an just south of the meeting point of the Overlander s ay an Explorer’s Way.

Ancient Aboriginal art and culture feature throughout the region, inextricably linked to the ancient landscapes of the Davenport Ranges and the world famous Karlu Karlu/Devils Marbles Conservation Reserve. Sealed roads will take you deep into this spiritual heartland.

Site of the last great Australian gold rush in the 1930s. the Tennant Creek township has a wealth of local history on offer, from remnants of the Overland Telegraph Station to underground gold mine tours, all within easy reach. Tour the local routes or head north from town for a day on the recreational water reserves of Tingkkarl/Lake Mary Ann and Lake Woods.

Test your off-road skills and travel further into the Davenport Ranges for a four-wheel drive challenge of the 'river crossing' kind. Experience the remote beauty of an area of Outback Australia very few get to see, blessed with abundant wildlife and some of the Territory's best birdnatching.

Trace the tracks of the country 's great pioneers and discover a history of persistence and the 'never say die' attitude that is part of the Australian culture. The Barkly Stock Route runs between the northern Tablelands and Stuart Highways and welcomes you to the open grasslands of the famous cattle drives of the early 1900s. At the end of the day, sit back and let the colours of a Tablelands sunset play on the timeless horizon.

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