Katherine Gorge is located within the amazing Nitmiluk National Park, which spans more than 292,000 hectares. With rugged landscapes, thundering waterfalls and unlimited flora and fauna, Nitmiluk is a haven for adventurers and nature lovers alike. The name Nitmiluk, meaning Cicada Place, came from the Jawoyn people who are the traditional custodians of the Park.
Stuart Highway: Travel along Australia's longest highway en route to your destination.
Adelaide River War Cemetery: Dedicated to the casualties of the Bombing of Darwin.
Nitmiluk National Park: See varied landscapes, waterfalls, and diverse flora and fauna.
Leliyn (Edith Falls): Visit here (and take a refreshing swim in the dry season).
Aboriginal rock art: Throughout Nitmiluk view ancient art that expresses in images the deeply spiritual culture of the Park's custodians.
Jawoyn people: Learn about the traditional owners of Nitmiluk.
Lunch: Relax in a shaded outdoor setting.
Nitmiluk Visitor Centre: You're free to spend time here to see photographs, memorabilia and traditional Aboriginal artefacts.
Katherine Gorge: Enjoy a two-hour cruise through the stunning gorge with its 70-metre-high walls.
Freshwater Crocodiles: Keep your eyes peeled for these, as well as wonderful birdlife and amazing scenery.
Tour departs from Darwin at 06:30, meet at the front entrance of the Mantra on the Esplanade Hotel.