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Pine Creek's colourful history dates back to the 1800s as one of the Top End's original mining towns. Visit sites that celebrate the region's gold rush history such as the Railway Station Museum and Steam Locomotive, Grove Hill Heritage Museum, Miners Park and the lookout over the old mine. The area also boasts natural attractions like Umbrawarra Gorge and Lake Copperfield. Follow the Walk Through Time Footpath as an introduction to Pine Creek. Following the Stuart Highway, visitors can reach Pine Creek easily from Darwin and Alice Springs.
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Emerald Springs Roadside Inn lies at Portion 721 in Emerald Springs. The park covers more than six acres of bushland not too far from Katherine. Pets are allowed within the establishment, which offers motel rooms and powered sites. Its campsite facilities include a bar, car parking spaces, recreation room, high chair, ice, laundry, restaurant, shop and TV/lounge area.
Lazy Lizard Caravan Park is located at 299 Millar Terrage in Pine Creek. The establishment is known for its unique architecture and historical decorations. It offers powered and unpowered sites, as well as a bar, barbecue facilities, car park, ice, kiosk, shop, restaurant and outdoor swimming pool. The venue is an ideal caravan park for anyone wanting to explore Pine Creek.
Butterfly Gorge Nature Park sits along Olloo Road in Emerald Springs. Paperbark forest, thousands of common crow butterflies, interesting rock formations, shaded river walks and a number of natural rock pools are popular with visitors. There is ample car parking spaces for all who wish to visit the park. Have a picnic, spot wildlife and walk on some of the trails at Butterfly Gorge. The site is open from October to May.
Enterprise Pit Mine Lookout offers picturesque panoramic views of the open cut pit that was left alone after the Pine Creek Goldfields stopped operating in 1994. The 135 metre deep open pit is currently filled with water to prevent acid build up. Over 764,000 ounces of gold were collected from the site throughout the goldfield's operation. History and mining enthusiasts can visit the viewing platform at any time of the day.
National Trust Museum - Pine Creek is the only remaining original mining town within the Top End region from the 1870s gold rush era holds so much historical remnants. Extensive collection about the town's colorful past including its local Chinese history, the Overland Telegraph Lines and the buffalo hunters are featured within it.
Umbrawarra Gorge Nature Park can be reached via the Umbrawarra Road, not too far outside of Katherine. High red cliffs, picturesque creek, a small sandy beach, large natural pool and ancient Aboriginal arts on its gorge walls are some of the park's popular features. It's one of the finest destinations to learn about the culture of the region.
Water Gardens - Pine Creek was made after the old railway tracks in the Pine Creek area were disassembled. The attraction is located on Railway Terrace, positioned at the heart of the town and currently serving as an ideal venue to relax, walk and or have picnic.