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Emerald Springs

PO Box 195, Pine Creek NT 847
Located off the Stuart Highway, 32 kilometres north of Pine Creek, the Emerald Springs is much more than just a roadhouse. Flanked by tropical gardens, the Inn offers visitors a choice of 40 rooms, as well as 30 campsites, and a lively restaurant and bar. Explore the grounds and relax by the spring-fed Emerald Lake, in the grassy beer garden or on the enormous deck jutting out over the lawn. Emerald Springs' social hub, The Bent Bull Bar and Grill will see you well-catered for at breakfast, lunch and dinner. If you're after a tipple, the full bar offers a boutique wine list along with pub classics. Nearby, explore the Butterfly Gorge Nature Park (four-wheel drive only): spot butterflies, swim in the rockpools or picnic at the base of the gorge. Venture to Douglas Hot Springs to watch for wildlife. Or, just a thirty-minute drive from Emerald Springs, near the Douglas Daly Tourist Park, visit 'The Arches' and 'the Waterhole' for a cooling swim. Want to explore further? Emerald Springs sits on the Nature's Way tourist drive, linking Darwin with Kakadu National Park, and on the Northern Goldfields Loop, the heritage trail linking Pine Creek with Adelaide River.
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Lazy Lizard Caravan Park

PO Box 36, Pine Creek NT 847
Lazy Lizard Caravan Park is a unique outback establishment in the former gold rush town of Pine Creek. The tavern is brimming with character and is built from mud brick and local timber with historic touches throughout. The Lazy Lizard is a great place to take a break and is the ideal base from which to explore southern Kakadu, Umbrawarra Gorge and of course the historic site of the Pine Creek township. The small caravan park is clean and green, offering shade, well kept lawns and a large swimming pool to cool off in after a busy day exploring.
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Pine Creek Railway Resort

1 Railway Terrace, Pine Creek NT 847
Pine Creek Railway Resort are selling a unique structure with it's surrounds with first class accommodation, meals and refreshment in an area of huge historical interest in the Northern Territory. They are offering the opportunity for the travellers to stay a while in the Pine Creek area in comfortable surrounds whilst offering advice and information on exploring the remarkable history of the area. Pine Creek Railway Resort is situated just off from Main Terrace nestled away from the busy road so you can enjoy a relaxed stay in our beautiful new cabins. - En-suite cabins with fridge, microwave, toaster, tea and coffee making facilities - Air-conditioned, self-contained with cooking facilities, Queen, Twin, Triple and Family cabins - Cabins come with Fridge, microwave, toaster, tea and coffee making facilities - Large flat screen TV's with Austar - Restaurants/Bar/Conference facilities Their cabins are very comfortable and well equipped for visitors needs. Enjoy a barbecue in Their picnic area or take a refreshing swim in our shaded swimming pool. ...

Old Bonrook Station Homestead

Pine Creek, Pine Creek NT 847
The building is in poor-average condition considering its age. It appears to be reasonably well maintained but much of the corrugated galvanised iron cladding is rusted and the visible timberwork is in need of painting. The site was locked at the time of inspection and there is no public access....

Lake Copperfield

Six kilometres south of Pine Creek, Pine Creek NT 847
Lake Copperfield is an ideal place to have a swim, enjoy a picnic, kayak or sit back and relax. A cool haven, the reserve has a deep lake surrounded by hills. Lake Copperfield is a water reservoir for the local community so camping, washing and motor boating activities are not permitted. It is located 6 kilometres south west of Pine Creek Pine Creek is situated 220km south of Darwin and 90 km north of Katherine at the junction of the Stuart and Kakadu highways. The town was established in the late 1800s after gold was discovered there by chance by the crew working to lay the Overland Telegraph Line. ...

Fergusson River Railway Bridge and Boiler

Pine Creek, Pine Creek NT 847
The site is part of the former North Australia Railway consisting of a steel frame railway bridge supported by concrete pylons. There is a boiler associated with the site but the provenance of the boiler is not known. There is a suggestion that the boiler was used during the construction of the bridge and left on site. The bridge is in use by the present railway and is the only historic bridge that was reused when the new railway line was constructed....

Brocks Creek Chinatown and Temple Site

Pine Creek, Pine Creek NT 847
This site is characterised by a large number of structural remains and diverse artefact assemblage. Brocks Creek Chinatown contains terraced rock and earth floors, rock hearths, other raised hearths, temple foundations, iron and concrete fireplace, ships tanks and associated artefacts including tins, wire, nails, corrugated galvanised iron, glass, machinery fragments, Chinese porcelain and stoneware. The site also contains a large Chinese oven, about 2m high, constructed of stone mortared with termite nest material and lined on the inside with clay...

Pine Creek Railway Precinct

Pine Creek, Pine Creek NT 847
The Railway Precinct comprises the 1889 Railway Station; a parcel store adjacent to the railway station; a goods store opposite the railway station building; a large covered shed in which are stored the engine and carriage; a loading platform and crane; a reservoir for water; an accommodation building; railway track and associated equipment, including a small toilet block....

National Trust Museum - Pine Creek

Railway Terrace, Pine Creek NT 847
Pine Creek is the only original mining town remaining in the Top End from the gold rush era of the 1870s, and its National Trust Museum building is the oldest surviving prefabricated structure in the Northern Territory. Originally the home of the mining warden in Burrundie, the building was moved to Pine Creek in 1913. Over the years it served many purposes, including as a doctors residence, clinic, dispensary, military hospital, and post office and exchange. Today the building houses the National Trust museum and town library. Look through the building to find out more about the gold rush, local Chinese history, buffalo hunters and the Overland Telegraph Line. ...

NABP 13 Passenger Carriage

Pine Creek, Pine Creek NT 847
The carriage is in fair-good condition and kept in the Ghan Carriage Washing and Maintenance Shed along with an 1877 Beyer Peacock NF class steam locomotive and a small Western Australian Government Railways TA class diesel-electric shunting engine. The NABP13 Passenger Carriage, built in Port Augusta in 1925, is a well preserved example of an early 20th century composite railway passenger carriage catering for both first and second class passengers. The carriage operated on both the Central and North Australia Railway. Both of these railways are considered to be significant to the history of the Territory as major infrastructure initiatives that played an important role in the development of the Territory...

Pine Creek Post Office and Repeater Station

Pine Creek, Pine Creek NT 847
The site consists of a pre-fabricated steel frame building that was originally erected at the goldmining township of Burrundie before being move to Pine Creel in 1913. The verandahs have been infilled with timber frame and corrugated galvanised iron cladding and timber-frame windows and timber slat shutters over the years. The building, which is now locally referred to as the "repeater station", was originally erected at Burrundie as the Chief Mining Warden's quarters. Completed in 1889 it served as accommodation and office space for the Mining Warden at Burrundie until 1905 when the position was transferred to Pine Creek. The building at Burrundie continued in use by the Mines Department, accommodating the Assistant Warden. In 1913 the building was dismantled and transferred to Pine Creek to serve as the quarters for the Chief Mining Warden E.C.Playford....

Umbrawarra Gorge Nature Park

22 kilometres along Umbrawarra Road, Pine Creek NT 847
The Umbrawarra Gorge Nature Park, located about 115 kilometres from Katherine, protects a beautiful isolated gorge with steep red cliffs and a creek that meanders through the gorge in the early to mid dry season. A walking track winds alongside the creek to a large pool with a small sandy beach and the rest of the gorge can only be reached by wading, swimming and rock hopping. The Wagiman Aboriginal people are the traditional owners of the land, and ancient Aboriginal art adorns the gorge walls. The car park near the entrance of the gorge was the site of a tin mine in the early 1900s. Permits must be obtained for rock climbing and abseiling. No water is available, so please bring your own supplies and camping fees apply. Please note that during the tropical season, especially after rain, the road may be closed....