Timber Creek 1908 Police Station – National Trust Property
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About this site: When serving as the police station it was the focal point of the Timber Creek local and pastoral community, being the centre of Administration for the Victoria River Region. The building was restored in 1987/88 and is now a rare survivor of the early Northern Territory police station architecture and construction.
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