Aggeneys means “Place of Water”, an appropriate name for a town that developed around an oasis. Until the 1970s, when significant mineral deposits were found, Aggeneys was nothing more than a small collection of cottages built around a post office and a store. Today, it is a mining complex, for silver, copper, lead and zinc.
Adventure and Sport
Golf: Relax with a game of golf at the 18-hole golf course at the feral animal camp.
Fauna and Flora
Krater: The red dunes near town are home to the red lark.