Nitmiluk National Park is a national park located in the north of Australia, southeast of Darwin, in the Katherine region.

It was created around a series of Katherine River gorges and Edith Falls. These gorges have a ceremonial significance to the local Jawoyn people, who are in charge of the park together with the Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory.

The gorges can be explored by canoe and flat bottom boats. In the dry season, the gorges separate as the level of the river decreases, while in the rainy season they are interconnected.

Nitmiluk National Park


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