Outlook Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk. Nitmiluk Gorge winds along 12km of sheer rock extending more than 70m high. Consisting of 13 seperate gorges, Nitmiluk Gorge is a maze of waterways sculpted from the sandstone over countless millennia by the Katherine River. Taking a cruise allow you to immerse yourself in the history, rugged beauty and culture of this majestic region. Cruise, canoe, walk, fly, swim, and embrace Nitmiluk Gorge.
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Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk, Dreamtime, Cruise, Rock Art. The Jawoynâ ancestors have been reported to have lived in the region up to 45,000 years ago. A newly discovered sacred site, Gabarnmung Cave, at the top end of the Northern Territory depicts Aboriginal Art that dates back 35,000 years ago in nearby Arnhem Land. The Katherine Gorge also serves as home to many ancient sites depicting early aboriginal art
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Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk, canoeing. Canoeing is a great way to explore the Nitmiluk Gorges according to your own itinerary and fitness level. Take in the diversity of the landscapes and habitats as you paddle your way through the gorges, a visual treat for any nature lover.
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Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk, Dreamtime, Cruise. Nitmiluk, southeast of Darwin by 244 km, was established based on its natural beauty, gorges and sandstone cliffs that border the Katherine River. The Jawoyn people place significance on the Katherine gorges and the surrounding geography as part of their cultural and ceremonial history.
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