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Following the closure of Mary Kathleen Uranium Mine in 1982, the Cloncurry Shire Council, with contributions from the local Lions Club and Mary Kathleen Uranium Limited decided to preserve the history of the mine with four buildings from the original mine site: the police station, police residence, town office, and the A.N.Z. bank building which houses a museum set in the park.
The park has become a Tourist destination for many travellers visiting Cloncurry. The local council saw the need to ensure the garden & grounds were maintained to attract more visitors and recognised the need for an additional water supply was required to make this possible.
Cloncurry Shire Council contacted Northern Stock Water, the local supplier of Great Northern Tanks, as the local business to provide an additional water storage solution in the form of a 30,000gallon tank to ensure adequate water supply is available for the ongoing maintenance and improvements of the garden for many people to enjoy.
Cloncurry Shire Council was so impressed with the completed job they have ordered another 3 tanks for other locations!