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Barkly Region - Cities, Towns and Localities Accommodation
South of Tennant Creek:
Tennant Creek
Devils Marbles
Wycliffe Well
Alice Springs

The Tablelands:

North of Tennant Creek:
Daly Waters

The Gulf:
Daly Waters

Related destination:
Central Australia

Other towns, villages and localities in the Barkly Region include:
South of Tennant Creek: Kelly West Meteorite Crater • Davenport Range National Park • Old Police Station Waterhole
• Whistleduck Waterhole • Wauchope • Barrow Creek Telegraph Station • Ti Tree
The Tablelands: The Tablelands • Lake Mary Ann • Telegraph Station • Threeways Roadhouse • Barkly Homestead
• Camooweal, QLD • Mount Isa, QLD
North of Tennant Creek: Lake Mary Ann • Pebbles (Kunjarra) • Telegraph Station • Threeways Roadhouse
• Renner Springs • Lake Woods • Elliott • Newcastle Waters Historic Site • Dumarra • Hi-Way Inn • Larrimah
The Gulf: Elliot • Newcastle Waters Historic Site • Dunmarra • Hi-Way Inn • Cape Crawford • Borroloola • King Ash Bay

Throughout this vast Barkly region there are many wonderful discoveries and varied accommodation to be experienced and enjoyed from your roadhouse facilities and outback stations, through to your up market resort style accommodation.

With Tennant Creek at the heart of the region, stretching south to Alice Springs, this is the route of the famous explorer John McDouall Stuart (after which the Stuart Highway is named), on his journey from Adelaide to Darwin. Visitors that travel this stretch can still visit three of the Telegraph Stations located at Tennant Creek, Barrow Creek and Alice Springs.

Traveller from Townsville to Tennant Creek will travel through the heart of the Northern Territory and the vast grasslands of the Tablelands. This is the original stock route where our Australian stockmen drove their cattle from the East Kimberly region to the east coast of Australia.

For those travelling north from Tennant Creek to Katherine, this provides an insight into our magnificent landscape, changing from the semi-arid terrain, through grasslands and then into the vegetation synonymous with the tropics. From dry river beds to big rivers, flat grassland to gorges and ranges, townships, and natural attractions such as bird haven of Lake Woods near the town of Elliot and the hot springs of Mataranka.

The Gulf region, takes its name from the Gulf of Carpentaria, a shallow sea between Australia and Papua New Guinea. Access to the region can be via the Savannah Way from Bourketown, the Tablelands Highway from Barkly Homestead, or along the Carpentaria Highway from the Hi-Way Inn on the Stuart Highway. This remote region is a magnet for those wanting to enjoy 4 wheel driving and fishing. With coastal rivers and national parks, there are great opportunities for bush walking and bird watching.

You can also follow the links to view our listed range of Northern Territories Outback accommodation, check out our South Australia Outback accommodation or select any one of our popular destinations.

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