Battery Hill Mining Centre
Experience life in Tennant Creek's 1930s gold rush at this mining centre, which doubles as the Visitor Information Centre, 2km east of...
Julalikari Arts Centre
It's best to visit the 'Pink Palace', at the entrance to the Ngalpa Ngalpa community (also known as Mulga Camp), mid-morning when the...
Experience the Barkly from the back of a horse with local Warumungu man Jerry Kelly. His two-hour trail rides start with a lesson and...
Tennant Food Barn
Opposite the post office, this supermarket has a pretty extensive selection and can supply your self-catering needs.
Lonely Planet review
This innovative museum and gallery highlights the dynamic art and culture of the local Warumungu people. The absorbing displays focus on contemporary art, traditional objects (many returned from interstate museums), bush medicine and regional history. The diorama series, or bush TVs as they became known within the community, are particularly special. Nyinkka Nyunyu is located beside a sacred site of the spiky tailed goanna. Learn about bush tucker and Dreaming stories with your personal guide . There's also a gallery store and the lovely Jajjikari Café , which serves espresso coffee and light meals.