Nitmiluk National Park, Katherine

Categories: National Parks, Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.6/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web
A rocky, sparsely populated area of land expanding from a series of deep gorges around Edith Falls and Katherine River, Nitmiluk National Park has an untamed, wild atmosphere. The area, which holds a significant place within the culture of the Jawoyn people, boasts a rich wildlife, serving as home to crocodiles and a wide range of birds. You can explore the gorges of the park by canoe and flat-bottomed boat. To visit Nitmiluk National Park on your holiday in Katherine, and find out what else Katherine has to offer, use our Katherine tour planner.
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  • Participated in the cruise of the Katherine Gorge. This scene was not forgotten through life. Ends the towering rock walls, the rich color all way through the large river in front of the flowers. A large force of Australia overwhelmed by nature. I think I should go take a look at people who want to learn the greatness of the Earth.
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  • Many animals and plants are seen, many birds, ducks and salt water crocodile seen competent leadership, calm waters, observed a pair of sea eagles, all reflected in it. Impressive!
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  • We did Edith Falls and Katherine Gorge in Nitmiluk National Park recently. The park has a great visitors centre, lots of hikes for all levels of fitness and experience plus lots and lots of wildlife w...  read more »
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