Tennant Creek: Attractions and more...
Devil’s Marbles can be described as a park consisting of rounded, gigantic boulders granite; with some of them spectacularly poised. Such a thing, as such, goes on to form an amazing landscape. Scattered constellations with regards to these marbles have been spread across shallow, broad valley. ‘Devil’s Marbles’ has been one of the recognized symbols of ‘Australia’s outback’ on the national as well as international level.
The above-mentioned Reserve can be accessed for whole of the year. Moreover, it contains network comprising of pathways which provide information boards, apart from ‘basic camping area’. Live events are held every year in the time-span ranging from May to October. These events are organized as a portion of ‘Territory Parks Alive Program’.
On 28th of October, 2008, ownership regarding this reserve was passed back to ‘Traditional Owners’ from ‘Parks and Wildlife Service’ at one of the ceremonies held on Reserve.
Richmond BridgeThe Richmond Bridge is a remembrance of the convict heritage of Tasmania. The construction of this bridge was over in 1825. It is the oldest known large stone arch...
Maritime MuseumThe themes of its galleries are maritime trade, the successful America's Cup yacht Australia II, fishing, the Swan River and the Indian Ocean. It has exhibits...