Tennant Creek

Tennant Creek is a town located in the Northern Territory of Australia. It is the seventh largest town in the Northern Territory, and is located on the Stuart Highway.  Tennant Creek, a friendly hamlet on the main artery between Alice Springs and Darwin, where you can discover a rich history shaped by gold mining, Aboriginal culture and the NT’s original cattle kings.  Australia’s last gold rush took place right here in the 1930s, earning the town its title of ‘the Territory’s heart of gold’.