A recently deceased resident of Georgetown, Ted Elliott, was an avid collector of Gem Stones, Mineral Samples, and valuable metals from all over the globe. The vast collection is housed at "The Terrestrial Centre" at Georgetown. This is a 'Must See' exhibition.
This is only one of many displays housed in the collection.
Georgetown boasts a free swimming pool and water park.
This shady park and Picnic Area is situated beside the swimming pool and at the Easterly entrance to the town.
This five head ore stamper is in the Picnic Area and is in the exact place where it was used. Final ore crushing was in 1941.
The dry sandy bed of the Etheridge River, spanned by the bridge bringing traffic from MT Surprise.
The course of The Etheridge River as it heads towards The Gulf.
A 'Road Train' Mural on one of the sheds in Georgetown.
Jude wearing The Bocce Champions Medal in The Goldfields Caravan Park.