Nitmiluk National Park
Located on the lands of the Jawoyn people, rock art sites dot the park. Visit Nitmiluk Gorge or Leliyn (Edith Falls) or trek the Jatbula Trail.
Nitmiluk National Park is located in the Katherine region, approximately 320km south of Darwin.
There are 2 main sections to the park:
It's a 90km drive between the 2 sections.
You can access the gorge from the Nitmiluk Visitor Centre.
The visitor centre has information on walks, canoe hire, boat tours, camping and more.
Entrance to the visitor centre is 30km northeast of Katherine via a sealed road.
Leliyn (Edith Falls) is a popular swimming hole and campground for visitors and locals, located 60km north of Katherine via sealed road.
This diverse and spectacular landscape of Nitmiluk is where Jawoyn people live, work and continue to share their culture with the community and visitors.
Places to go
Cruise or walk the gorge famous for its towering sandstone cliffs and rock art sitesFacilities: Coffee | Ranger station | Accommodation | Cooking | Disabled access | Food | Information signs | Phone | Public toilets | Gas BBQ | Drinking water | BBQ | Caravan | Cultural art Activities: Fishing | Walking | Boat | Camping | Mountain bike | Picnic | Sightseeing | Swimming
How to get there
The Gorge entrance to the park is 30km east of Katherine on the sealed Gorge Road. Follow the signs.
The turnoff to Leliyn (Edith Falls) is 40km north of Katherine along the Stuart Highway. The park entry is 20km further along Edith Falls Road.