Experience life in Tennant Creek's 1930s outback gold rush, panning for your own gold and touring the underground mine to see the machinery in action.
The Battery Hill Mining Centre, Tennant Creek is located in 1.5 kilometres from the town centre along Peko Road. The Battery Hill Mining Centre overlooks the town, the surrounding countryside and is the site of the historic No. 3 Government Gold Stamp Battery, where it all started with the 1930's outback gold rush.
Enjoy an underground mine tour and watch the machinery in action (cost applies). Wander through three museums, Freedom, Fortitude and Flies, - a look at social life on the goldfields during the early formative years and the McLaughlin Minerals Collection - a spectacular array of mineral samples from around the world, Australia and local. 'For Valour -Albert Borella VC - A journey from TennantCreek to Darwin
Gold noodle on your own and keep what you find or simply purchase a souvenir to keep memories alive. Self guided nature walks around site and static Battery display.
The Battery Hill Mining Centre is open daily from 9am to 5.00pm, open public holidays May to September, closed public holidays during October to April, The Battery Hill Mining Centre also houses the Tennant Creek Visitor Information Centre.
Battery Hill Mining & Visitor Centre, Battery Hill, Tennant Creek, Northern Territory, 0860, Australia
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