Elliott is a small suburban town located in the local government area of the Barkly Shire Council in the Northern Territory. The town is traditionally known as Kulumindini. Members of the Jingili indigenous tribe are amongst the original settlers in Elliott. During World War II, the suburb used to be at the base of Newcastle Waters Station’s number eight bore facility for the Australian Army. The town’s name was derived from Army Captain R.D (Snow) Elliott MBE.
Some of the town’s features include the Elliott Store, which offers a wide selection of services for both locals and tourists. A walking trail through the Jim Rennie Memorial Park will provide visitors with an in-depth view of the historical background of the town’s ethnic community. A nine-hole golf course is also another attraction in Elliott.
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