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Explore the history, science and thrill of Gold Mining in Tennant Creek & The Barkly then immerse yourself in the local indigenous art and culture at Nyinkka Nyunyu Art & Cultural Centre. Take a tour around The Battery Hill Mining Centre soaking up all the history of this Gold Mining Town. After your tour head up to the 3 museums on site and lose yourself in the history of the Borella Anzac story, the magical minerals in the McLaughlin collection and learn about the social life in the early days on the minefield.




Outback Caravan Park

71Peko Road, Tennant Creek, Northern Territory 0860 Australia

The Peko 1.5 Deluxe Cabin comfortably sleeps up to 4 people, with a made up queen bed in the main room and a set of bunks in a separate bedroom. This ensuite cabin includes A/C, a fully equipped kitchenette and a TV.
*Linen for bunk beds is provided at an additional charge, if required.


Tours & Activities


Battery Hill Mining Centre

Battery Hill Mining Centre, Tennant Creek, Northern Territory 0860 Australia

The Battery Hill Mining Centre is the site of the historic No 3 Government Gold Stamp Battery, where it all started with the 1930's outback gold rush. The Battery Hill Mining Centre overlooks the town and the surrounding countryside.

Enjoy an underground mine tour (costs apply). Wander through three museum exhibits:
• "Freedom, Fortitude and Flies", a look at social life on the goldfields during the early formative years;
• The McLaughlin Minerals Collection, a spectacular array of mineral samples both local, and from around the world.
• "100 Years ANZAC Spirit-Albert Borella VC", a journey from Tennant Creek to Darwin and the Western Front.

Self-guided nature walks and static machinery displays are found around the site .

The Battery Hill Mining Centre is 1½ kilometres from the Tennant Creek town centre along Peko Road. The Battery Hill Mining Centre also houses the Tennant Creek Visitor Information Centre.


Nyinkka Nyunyu Art and Culture Centre

13 Paterson Street (Stuart Highway), Tennant Creek, Northern Territory 0860 Australia

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 land in the Tennant Creek region.

For a deep cultural experience, entry to the museum includes an audio tour, which also takes you through the aridzone gardens, interpreting the plants and the landscape through Aboriginal eyes. Follow your tour with a relaxing visit to Jajjikari Cafe, renowned for good coffee, then browse the local artwork, crafts, books and CDs in the retail area.

Sitting on Warumungu land, the Nyinkka Nyunyu Art & Cultural Centre's focus is the sacred creation site of the Nyinkka (spiky tailed goanna). View the informative three-dimensional displays created by Warumungu artists, reflecting their rich and diverse history. Learn about bush tucker and traditional medicines from the comprehensive display of bush foods.

Terms & conditions

Package pricing is based on 2 adults and 2 children traveling
Pricings is subject to availability and may be withdrawn or varied without notice.
Please be aware that during these evolving times of the COVID-19 pandemic all Hotels, Resorts and Tours advertised will be subject to availability and re-opening schedule changes.

Peko 1.5BR Deluxe Terms and Conditions:

TRAVELLER ACCOMMODATION PROVIDERS (LIABILITY) ACT 2001. The Traveller Accommodation Providers (Liability) Act 2001 changes the common law about Innkeeper's liability. Under the Act an accommodation provider may be liable to make good any loss of a guest's property in certain circumstances even though the loss is not caused by the fault of the accommodation provider or the provider's agent. The strict liability of the accommodation provider under the Act: - Applies only to a guest of the accommodation provider on a day when an accommodation unit is provided for the use of the guest; - Is limited to $AUS250 for each accommodation unit provided for the use of the guest on the day unless the guest's property was placed in safe custody facilities; - Does not cover motor vehicles and things owned by the guest left in or on motor vehicles. (Note: words appearing in italics and bold have a special meaning under the Traveller Accommodation Providers (Liability) Act 2001).

PRIVACY. Outback Caravan Park sometimes mails or emails marketing related information to customers to keep them up to date with special offers improvements award wins etc. The Management of Outback Caravan Park respects your privacy. If you do not wish to receive such marketing related information please tick the following box: please remove me from your marketing database. Please note: Our Privacy Policy is available on our website or at reception.

INDEMNITY. Guests staying at Outback Caravan Park take full responsibility for any damage and/or breakages incurred during their stay. Outback Caravan Park takes no responsibility for any lost or stolen items from accommodation or vehicles and suggests that guests securely lock their accommodation and/or motor vehicle when unoccupied. No refunds will be issued. Upon departure any key deposits or other bonds paid are refunded to guests provided the keys and/or hired items are returned in the same condition upon check out.

Battery Hill Mine Tour and Museum Entry Site Ticket Terms and Conditions:

Tickets are non-refundable. Tickets are valid for one day only. Extensions and Transfers can be negotiated with VIC Staff.


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