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Father and daughter looking impressed while standing at the bottom of the huge round stones thrice bigger of their size. Beautiful purple sunset sky is at the background.

Tennant Creek is the largest town between Katherine and Alice Springs. It’s known as the site of Australia’s last gold rush. Be led underground at the Battery Hill Mining Centre as you discover the history in what was one of Australia’s largest gold producing regions. Visit the award-winning Nyinkka Nyunua Art and Culture Centre to learn about the ancient traditions of the Warumungu people. Make sure to visit the remarkable formations of Karlu Karlu/Devils Marbles – 100km south of Tennant Creek.

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