Site Details
   
Tennant Creek Catholic Church (Christ the King)
Declared
Place
The Church of Christ the King is of significance to the Territory for its historical, architectural and social values. Originally constructed in Pine Creek in 1911 and relocated to its present site in Tennant Creek in 1936, the Church is associated with the early growth of the region following the discovery of gold and other minerals and is valued by the community. Despite several changes over the years, it continues to have a strong architectural presence and remains as a landmark building in Tennant Creek. SOHV for the Sidney Williams Hut: The Sidney Williams Hut on Lot 561 Tennant Creek is of significance to the NT as one of the best examples of this type of structure. Containing nearly all of its original fabric it demonstrates the principal design characteristics of these buildings which form a key part of the Territory's historical landscape.
15/06/2001
15/06/2001
16/09/2005
Comment sought
28/08/2007
28/11/2007
HAC2001/337
Cultural
For the Church: The Church of Christ the King is of significance and should be conserved. Alterations are permitted provided these do not substantially affect the building¿s existing mass, form and layout. For SW Hut: The Sidney Williams Hut on Lot 561 Tennant Creek is of significance and should be conserved. Alterations are permitted provided this does not involve the removal of any of the original building fabric and does not alter the buildings¿ exterior form.
Nominated as part of the review of the NTHR. Robin Gregory completed assessment.
Photo
   
NameDescriptionDate Added
Viewchrist the king church web photo.jpgChrist the King Catholic Church Tennant Creek24/SEP/07
ViewTennant Creek Church Dec 2013.jpgTennant Creek Catholic Church (Christ the King Parish) December 201310/DEC/13
ViewTC_CatholicChurch03_LR.jpgCatholic Church (2016)10/JUN/16
ViewTC_CatholicChurch06_LR.jpgInternal10/JUN/16
ViewCatholicChurchTC01_LR.jpgView from distance10/JUN/16
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NameDescriptionDate Added
ViewINSTRUMENT.pdf - 12/FEB/09
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Further Information
   
NameDescriptionDate Added
ViewChurch of Christ the King Tennant Creek.pdfBackground Historical Information21/MAR/11
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Approximate Location
   
LAIS KeyStreet NumberStreet NameSuburbLocation CodeLot NumberLTO PlanPartTenure
730 00561 57SCHMIDTTENNANT CREEK730561 - - Freehold
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