Tuxworth Fullwood House Museum – National Trust Property

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About the site: The Australian Military force as 55 Army Camp Hospital originally constructed this former outpatients department in 1942. It served as an outpatient’s clinic for the Tennant Creek Hospital until 1978. It now houses the extensive Tuxworth-Fullwood collection of historical materials. It is one of the few remaining World War 11 military structures in the Tennant Creek district.

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Schmidt Street

Tennant Creek

860

NT

Ph. (08) 8981 2848