Take a trip to the real Australia, a vast land of brilliant blue skies and boundless horizons broken only by kangaroos darting across the highway, soaring eagles, remote pubs, ancient rock art and outback characters.
Discover the iconic Karlu Karlu Devils Marbles, believed by the Warmungu Aboriginal people to be the fossilised eggs of the Rainbow Serpent.
Park the car and tie those shoelaces – Tennant Creek is home to a number of great walking trails that take you to the heart of this beautiful region.
Drive across the never-ending plains of the Barkly Tablelands. Take in the rugged beauty and watch the colour of the landscape change as the sun sets.
Load up the 4WD for an adventure in the real Outback. Camp under the stars, explore the network of bush tracks, and cool off in peaceful waterholes.
Check your tyres and get the GPS ready. Hit top gear on the ultimate DIY driving adventure in Tennant Creek, the Territory's 'Heart of Gold'.
Spend a few quiet days under the blue skies of Tennant Creek. Learn about the indigenous culture, mining history and original cattle kings.
Learn about the Aboriginal art and culture, as well as the region's fascinating history of early communication lines, pastoralists and mining.
Kick off your Katherine adventure in the NT's third-largest town. Try a spot of caving, join a river cruise, or fly over the stunning Katherine Gorge.
From hiking and camping to fishing and 4WD adventures, get out there and experience the best of the region in its national parks and reserves.
Discover the rich flora and fauna in Tennant Creek's national parks and reserves, and travel across open mallee scrubland and stunning rocky ranges.
Get to the very heart of local history and Aboriginal culture in Tennant Creek on a guided tour through the town and its surrounding area.
The family won’t believe their eyes when they see the iconic Karlu Karlu/Devils Marbles; it’s the perfect place for young and old to explore.
Yarn with the local characters in Tennant Creek at real outback events like campdrafting demonstrations, dusty rodeos, and family-friendly bush races.
The Tennant Creek Country Women’s Association (CWA) Art Award was at one time the longest running art competition in the Northern Territory. The inaugural Art Award was held in 1977.
The CWA Photographic...
Starting with a street parade at 5.30pm, the Elliott Mardi Gras parties well into the night, with entertainment by comedic singer/impersonator Fats Thommo.
While it's impossible to describe what this...
Experience the excitement and buzz of thoroughbred racing with a race program featuring the running of the St Patrick's Cup and Tennant Creek Cup. Find full catering facilities, Sky channel, on-course...
The Artists of the Barkly Marketplace is an event, which occurs throughout the year at Nyinkka Nyunyu Art and Culture Centre in the township of Tennant Creek.
The marketplace includes stalls from Aboriginal...
One of Australia's best kept outback horse racing secret.
The races are held in June every year, on Brunette Downs, situated on the Barkly Tablelands, 350 kilometres north-east of Tennant Creek. This...
The festival will start with a "Welcome to Country" by an elder from the community of Ali Curung, and then the Hon. Gerry McCarthy MLA, the member for Barkly, will officially open the Ali Curung Traditional...
Share the excitement of the Tennant Creek outback show.
With all the side show rides, competitions and displays you're used to seeing in a regional show, the Tennant Creek Show is a fun day out for all...
The Desert Harmony Festival is the Barkly communities major event. The Festival programs a diversity of artistic and cultural performances celebrating the Barkly's Indigenous and multicultural community....
The Rotary Club of Tennant Creek will again host their annual Masquerade Ball this year together with the Tennant Creek Hospital Board.
Some of the revenue raised from this event will go toward Interplast...
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