Katherine

“Discover the vibrant heart of the Outback in Katherine.”

Litchfield National Park, nestled in Australia’s Northern Territory, is a natural wonderland known for its striking waterfalls, crystal-clear swimming holes, and towering termite mounds. Visitors are enchanted by the park’s lush monsoon forests, where picturesque trails lead to cascading falls such as Florence Falls and Wangi Falls. With its rich biodiversity and cultural significance to the local Aboriginal communities, Litchfield offers a captivating escape into the heart of the Top End’s rugged beauty.

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FAQ

When is the best time to visit the Katherine Region ?

Experience Katherine’s year-round charm, from the sunny skies and outdoor adventures of the dry season (May-September) to the lush landscapes and cultural immersion of the wet season (October-April). Explore stunning natural wonders, vibrant festivals, and warm hospitality in every season.

What to do at Katherine Gorge ?
    • Scenic cruises through the gorge
    • Guided hikes to viewpoints and waterfalls
    • Kayaking or canoeing adventures on the Katherine River
    • Aboriginal rock art viewing and cultural experiences
    • Helicopter tours for a breathtaking aerial perspective
    • Swimming in designated safe areas (during the dry season) 
How long can you spend at Katherine Region ?

You can spend anywhere from a day to several days exploring the Katherine region, depending on your interests and itinerary. With its diverse range of attractions, including Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk National Park, Edith Falls, and cultural experiences, there’s plenty to see and do to fill your time. Whether you’re here for a quick getaway or an extended adventure, the Katherine region offers something for everyone.