Tennant Creek Bush Tours

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

Tennant Creek Bush Tours is at the forefront of cultural & biodiversity preservation in the Barkly. Located on a working essential oil and bush food farm and home to the First Nations Seed Bank, the tour company provides an intimate experience of sacred sites and historical landmarks around the Tennant Creek region. Owned and operated by indigenous guides, Tennant Creek Bush Tours is a great way to learn about the region’s medicine and food plants, explore spectacular landscapes, hear stories of our traditional cultures and experience the incredible history of the region.


From $89 to $178

Our bush tour is a fun and educational guided cultural tour into the golden heart of the Northern Territory. With a special emphasis on traditional bush food and bush medicines, our tour takes you across the vast expanse of the Central desert and shares the sacred stories and sites of the indigenous Australians who live here. Learn about the oldest foods on earth, enjoy traditional bush damper, check out ancient grains and visit a working essential oil farm, the First Nations Seed Bank & Nyinnka Nyunyu the local cultural and art centre. Come and absorb the beauty and mystery of this timeless land.

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Carpark Family Friendly

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The mud hut building is used as a kiosk / bar for guests and visitors.

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Remnants of the well

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Tennant Creek Bush Tours

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The second, 3-roomed building at the site, showing evidence of vandalism and poor restoration techniques.

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