Town centres you can be banned from

Where you can be banned in Tennant Creek

Changes to the NT Liquor Act

On 1 October 2019, liquor laws changed in the Northern Territory (NT).

The information below is currently under review.

For more up to date information, contact Licensing NT.

Tennant Creek's central business district (CBD) is a designated area - see map below.

You can be banned from Tennant Creek's CBD if you do any of the following:

  • cause alcohol-fuelled violence
  • are involved in a crime
  • display anti-social behaviour
  • refuse to leave the premises.

This means either:

  • the police can ban you from the area for up to 48 hours
  • or a court can ban you from the area for up to 12 months.

Find out more about being banned from a designated area.

Map of area  you can be banned from in Tennant Creek

Map showing outline of Tennant Creek CBD designated precinct, includes all areas within the boundaries of junction of Stuart Street and Schmidt Street, along Schmidt Street to Wattle Street, along Hollis Street to Standley Street, from Standley Street to Paterson Street, along Paterson Street to Nelson Street, along Nelson Street and Ambrose Street to Staunton Street, along Haddock Street to Peko Road, along Peko Road to Perry Drive, including Purkiss Memorial Reserve, along Perry Drive to Stuart Street, along Stuart Street, crossing over the Stuart Highway back to the junction with Schmidt Street.

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Last updated: 05 June 2015

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