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Real Estate Agents Pine Creek
The best Pine Creek Real Estate Agents sell properties considerably better than industry average figures, no matter whether it is in Pine Creek or the Pine Creek area or all of NT. We detail who these Pine Creek agents are in our free report.
Importantly it is the performance of the individual real estate agent rather than the agency used that matters. Vendors should only use those Pine Creek agents who routinely deliver superior results for their clients. This is crucial to maximise their chances of securing the best possible price for their Pine Creek property.
While we can review agent performance right across the country, we suggest focusing on those individual real estate agents in Pine Creek or the 847 postcode and immediate surrounds.
Request your free report for the individual performance details of real estate agents in Pine Creek and the properties they have sold over the last couple of years.
With Pine Creek property transactions only occurring on average every 7 years, securing the best Pine Creek real estate agent to manage this infrequent transaction is crucial.
Pine Creek is a small town in the Katherine region of the NT, Australia. According to the 2001 Australian census 665 people live in Pine Creek, which is the fourth largest town between Darwin and Alice Springs.
Pine Creek is just off the Stuart Highway and is still a notable tourist stop. A number of events are held each year to promote the town in the region. These include the annual Goldrush Festival, featuring the NT Gold Panning championships and Didgeridoo Jam, the Pine Creek Rodeo and Pine Creek Races. In 2005 a prominent resident of Pine Creek, Edward Ah Toy, was recognised as the Northern Territorian of the year.
Pine Creek was traditionally the junction of three large indigenous ethnic groups. Stretching south-west from the Stuart Highway towards, and across, the Daly River was the land traditionally associated with the Wagiman people. The land east of the Stuart Highway and south of the Kakadu Highway, stretching to Katherine, was associated with the Jawoyn people, and north of the Kakadu Highway was land traditionally associated with Waray.
During construction of the Overland Telegraph line from Adelaide to Darwin in 1870, workers first crossed a creek that was notable for the pine trees that grew on its banks. In 1871 workers digging holes for the telegraph line found gold in the soil, triggering another Australian gold rush. The town grew rapidly with the influx of miners, many of whom were Chinese immigrants brought in to the Territory as a source of cheap labour. By 1873, a telegraph repeater station and police camp had been established. By 1875 there were two hotels, The Royal Mail and The Standard, competing for business. A public school opened in the town in 1899. By the 1890s, up to 15 mines were operating in the area, and the town's population exceeded 3000 people.
The Territory's first tin mine commenced operations near Pine Creek in 1878, but was soon eclipsed by the deposits at Maranboy.
The Eleanor Reef at Pine Creek was discovered in 1880, some 9 years before the railway reached the town. The Jensen Gold Mining Co. established a mine on the reef about a mile from the southern boundary of the Pine Creek Railway reserve. A battery was built in 1893 to crush ore from the Eleanor and another reef and, concurrently, they ordered tramway materials from England. The tramway was operational by 1895. The tramway was still in place in 1912 when surveyors plotted the route of the extension of the North Australia Railway from Pine Creek to Katherine, but was abandoned by 1914 when construction teams arrived. The locomotive was moved to the Maranboy Tin mines in 1916.
The first stage of North Australia Railway was built between Port Darwin and Pine Creek reaching the town in 1889. Additional sidings were added to the rail yards in 1914 in preparation for the extension of the line south to Emungalan which opened in 1917. A poorly maintained unsealed road was constructed in the 1930s, following the railway line from Adelaide River to Larrimah, passing through Pine Creek. Much of this track would later become the Stuart Highway.
This line would close in 1976. The old railway station and some rolling stock remain, including locomotive NF2, built in 1877 which was restored to operational condition in 2001. The Adelaide-Darwin railway now passes near the town.
During World War II, the Australian Army set up 65th Australian Camp Hospital near Pine Creek. An airfield was constructed between May and July 1942 by the US Army 808th Engineer Aviation Battalion as an emergency landing ground and to serve the military units based in the town. Unlike many Top End towns, Pine Creek was not bombed by the Japanese during the war. Enemy reconnaissance aircraft are reported to have overflown the town on at least one occasion.
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