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Threeways, NT

Threeways is a roadhouse located at the junction of the Stuart and Barkly Highways, 25 kilometres north of Tennant Creek. This a great place to take a break and unwind during a long journey, all while enjoying warm Northern Territory hospitality.

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A local point of interest is the Flynn Memorial. Reverend John Flynn pioneered the Royal Australian Flying Doctors Service. The memorial originally sat at the exact meeting spot of the Barkly and Stuart Highways, but the point has now been moved 250 metres south. The Threeways roadhouse offers restaurant meals, take away food, refreshments and fuel. It has a landscaped caravan park with barbecues, a swimming pool, and air-conditioned motel units and cabins.

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