Nitmiluk National Park is a three hours drive south of Darwin. It's a destination that offers a glimpse into the ancient culture and natural beauty of the region. The park is home to the Nitmiluk Gorge, a series of 13 dramatic gorges carved over millions of years by the Katherine River.
Visitors can explore the park through a variety of activities, including:
- Hiking along the many trails that wind through the park
- Cruising the Katherine River and taking in the stunning views of the gorges
- Swimming in the crystal-clear pools and waterfalls found throughout the park
- Learning about the traditional culture of the Jawoyn people, who have lived in the area for thousands of years
The park is also home to a variety of native wildlife, including wallabies, goannas, and a wide variety of bird species. Camping facilities are available in the park, allowing visitors to spend several days exploring the stunning natural beauty of Nitmiluk National Park. Don't forget to take time out to visit Katherine Hot Springs.