Museums and galleries in Tennant Creek region

The Tennant Creek and Barkly region is a rich area of art, culture and history.

Julalikari Arts

Julalikari Arts is in the Mulga community, on the northern outskirts of Tennant Creek.

It is home to Aboriginal women artists from the Barkly region.

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Nyinkka Nyunyu Art and Culture Centre

Nyinkka Nyunyu Art and Culture Centre is a community development project of the Julalikari Council Aboriginal Corporation.

At Nyinkka Nyunyu you can learn about the Warumungu people and their life and history in the Tennant Creek region.

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Arlpwe Art and Culture Centre

The Arlpwe Art and Culture Centre is made up of an Aboriginal Art Gallery, two art centres and a pottery training studio in Ali Curung, a remote Aboriginal community 350km north of Alice Springs.

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Tennant Creek Museum

At the Tennant Creek Museum at Tuxworth Fullwood House you can find out about the outback of the early twentieth century.

Battery Hill Mining Centre

You can experience life in Tennant Creek's 1930s outback gold rush at the Battery Hill Mining Centre.

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Jones Store

Jones Store is one of the oldest structures in the historic Newcastle Waters.

It was used to sell provisions to drovers who moved cattle over the famous stock routes that travelled over the Murranji, Barkly and north and south.

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Last updated: 13 October 2017