The Tennant Creek Caravan Park is ideally situated in Tennant Creek, on the Stuart Highway, at the northern end of the shopping strip, just a five-minute walk from most shops and businesses. This location is close to all the attractions and facilities in Tennant Creek and is also a convenient pick up point for local tours. The park is generous in size, offering facilities from ensuite cabins to shady grassed lawns for camping, and a warm and friendly welcome is assured as well as advise on local attractions, tours and activities. Visit the Nyinkka Nyunu cultural centre showcasing the story of the traditional Aboriginal owners, the Warumungu people, who still inhabit the area. Four-wheel drive through the Davenport Range National Park and stop in at the Old Police Station Waterhole, located on the Frew River, ideal for swimming during the summer months. Take a self-guided walk at Karlu Karlu/Devil's Marbles, or hike through the Jim Rennie Memorial Park at Elliott to see native flora.
The bunkhouse provides basic accommodation and sleeps up to two people. Access to fully equipped share kitchen and use of showers in the park.
The cabin consists of a double bed and a set of bunks, sleeping up to four people.
The comfortable standard cabins sleep up to five people and consists of a double bed and a triple bunk.
These cabins can accommodate up to five people and consists of a double bed and a triple bunk.
The camping ground provides grassed camp sites with access to shared facilities. Please note that the indicative rate quoted is per person per night.
Powered and drive through caravan sites are available, with access to shared facilities.