Hours: 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday. 9.30am to 4.00pm Weekends and Public Holidays

Tennant Creek's unique gold mining history is brought to life. Heritage equipment and vehicles in the grounds. Three Museum exhibits - Social History, Borella ANZAC story, McLaughlin Minerals Collection.

Discover the history, science and thrill of gold mining in Tennant Creek and the Barkly. The Battery Hill Mining Centre is the site of the historic No 3 Government Gold Stamp Battery, where it all started with the 1930's outback gold rush. The centre overlooks the town and the surrounding countryside. Enjoy an underground mine tour** (costs apply). Wander through three museum exhibits: • "Freedom, Fortitude and Flies", a look at social life on the goldfields during the early formative years; • The McLaughlin Minerals Collection, a spectacular array of mineral samples both local, and from around the world • "100 Years ANZAC Spirit-Albert Borella VC", a journey from Tennant Creek to Darwin and the Western Front. Self-guided nature walks and static machinery displays are found around the site . The Battery Hill Mining Centre is 1½ kilometres from the Tennant Creek town centre along Peko Road. The centre also houses the Tennant Creek Visitor Information Centre. ** Underground Mine Tour - please check the availability of mine tours in advance, as tours do not run every day.

Terms and Conditions

Tickets are non-refundable. Tickets are valid for one day only. Extensions and Transfers can be negotiated with VIC Staff.