The Lost City

The Lost City

Borroloola

Cape Crawford is a remote stop situated at the northern extremity of the Abner Ranges. The Abner Ranges are home to the impressive towering sandstone formations, covering an area of approximately 8 sq...
Explore the Pine Creek Railway Precinct. The initial terminus of an uncompleted 19th Century transcontinental railway system, the Railway’s contribution to the development of the mining boom in the la...
Cutta Cutta Caves are the Northern Territory’s only publicly accessible tropical limestone caves. Cutta Cutta Caves Nature Park is located 30 km south of Katherine and covers 1499 hectares. Formed mil...
Edith Falls

Edith Falls

Nitmiluk

A popular swimming and recreation spot made up of a series of waterfalls and rock pools, Edith Falls is a refreshing taste of the Top End. Situated within Nitmiluk National Park, you can admire the be...
Situated an hour south-east of Katherine is the township of Mataranka and its thermal pool. Situated on the upper reaches of the Roper River, the crystal clear water of the thermal pool is surrounded ...
Walks over the sandstone plateau range from an hour to 5 days offer spectacular views of the Gorge, as well as other landscapes and habitats. Some, like the 66 kilometre Jatbula Trail, take in most of...
Originally built as an air terminal for the region during the Second World War, the Katherine Outback Heritage Museum is now home to an eclectic collection of pioneer artifacts, photographs and memora...
Located at the Mataranka Homestead Resort, this is an authentic copy of the original hand hewn cypress pine homestead, originally constructed for the film ‘We of the Never Never’.
Nitmiluk Gorge
The Famous Nitmiluk National Park is Katherine’s star attraction covering an awesome 3,000 km of magnificent country. The Katherine River flows through 13 separate gorges that carve their way through ...
Heli-Muster

Heli-Muster

Katherine

Take to the air for an exhilarating helicopter flight over the Katherine Gorge, offering unrestricted 180 degree panoramic views.
For an adventure packed holiday come to Gekko Canoeing and Trekking. This place offers a great way to discover greater Australia’s most famous sites such a Kakadu National Park and Katherine River. No...
The remote Gulf area stretches east of Katherine to the Queensland border and meets the Gulf of Carpentaria, a shallow sea between Australia and Papua New Guinea. The area, home to four main indigenou...
Barranyi National Park, situated in the Gulf of Carpentaria, is one of the Northern Territory's most remote visitor destinations. This peaceful wilderness within the Sir Edward Pellew Group of islands...
Pine Creek

Pine Creek

Katherine

90 kilometres north of Katherine is the gold rush town of Pine Creek, a treasure trove of heritage bush buildings and mining sites. Established in the late 1800s, echoes of the gold rush days are stil...
Katherine

Katherine

Katherine

Katherine is the third-largest town in the Northern Territory. It is often described as a place where ‘the outback meets the tropics’ and is well equipped with a range of accommodation and facilities....
Daly River

Daly River

Katherine

The Daly River settlement, (or ‘Daly’) is a popular destination for fisherman. Located 110 kilometres west off the Stuart Highway, the Daly River crossing was traditionally a meeting place for the loc...