The Rum Jungle Lake Reserve, located near the township of Batchelor, is a recreation area that lies on the footprint of the rehabilitated Rum Jungle Creek South uranium mine. Uranium ore was mined at the site from 1961–63. The site was rehabilitated in 1990–91 to reduce potential hazards from residual mining wastes and to repair damage from erosion that had occurred over the years since the cessation of mining.
This area is a popular location with swimming in the lake and a good spot for a picnic.
There are four memorial plaques.
Photographed and transcribed by Jeanice Levez in mid 2014.
Turn south off Litchfield Park Road 1.6km east of Rum Jungle or 10km north-west of Batchelor onto Poett Road. Follow dirt road for approx 8 km.until reaching the carpark which is quiet large and flat. The lone grave marker can be located approx 200 metres to the right of the toilet block.
Coomalie Community Government Council, 141 Cameron Road, Batchelor NT 0845 Telephone (08) 8976 0058 email: email@example.com
30 Aug 2014
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