Renner Springs is a road-side stop along the Stuart Highway between Darwin and Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory. It is usually regarded as the border between the tropical Top End and the temperate Red Centre regions.
The township is named after Dr Renner who 'discovered' the springs during the labouring work of the Overland Telegraph project.
Each Easter there is a rodeo and race meeting in town.
Image: Wayside Inn, Renner Spring - Australia's Outback Northern Territory
Things to do:
Desert Inn - is the major refuelling and stop-off point along the Stuart Highway
In the area:
Churchill's Head Rock - 78km south, a rock which is said to look like Winston Churchill in profile