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Barkly is a region of expansive grasslands, iconic cattle stations, and rich mining history. Explore the historic Battery Hill Mining Centre, experience life on a cattle station, or immerse yourself in the region’s diverse birdlife. Barkly offers a unique and rewarding outback experience.

The Barkly region is known for its vast plains, cattle stations, and the iconic Karlu Karlu (Devils Marbles). Explore the historic Overland Telegraph Line at Tennant Creek, discover the region’s gold mining history, or take part in the famous Barkly Goldfield Ashes, one of the largest amateur cricket carnivals in the Southern Hemisphere. The region’s outback landscapes, Aboriginal heritage, and pastoral history make it uniquely Australian.

Barkly is liked for its vast grassland, pastoral industry, and gold mining history.


Find valuable insights in our FAQs section below to enhance your Barkly experience and make the most of your time amidst the breathtaking plains.

Top attractions in Barkly include the Devils Marbles Conservation Reserve, Davenport Ranges National Park, Tennant Creek Telegraph Station, Karlu Karlu (Devils Marbles), and the Barkly Tableland.

Barkly features notable Aboriginal art galleries and cultural centers, such as Nyinkka Nyunyu Art and Culture Centre, showcasing Indigenous artworks and offering insights into local culture.

The Barkly region in Australia is geographically extensive, covering a significant area. It spans approximately 348,000 square kilometers (134,388 square miles), making it one of the largest regions in the Northern Territory.