What is your favourite way to see the fabulous Gorge(s) in Nitmiluk National Park?
Is it by helicopter, flying over the shattered sandstone cliffs that frame the Katherine River as it rushes along and dissects the landscape?
This is about the only way to see all 13 gorges and you can even stop and have a swim if you really want to, remembering to remain Crocwise as well.
Perhaps you would prefer a boat cruise past ancient rock art and tumbled stone.
The tour guides are very knowledgeable and it is a great way to find out about this incredibly special landscape and the people who have lived here for many thousands of years.
Perhaps a canoe is more your style, quietly gliding along towering red rock walls and paperbark trees that fringe the water's edge.
Make sure you take the time to stop and soak up the atmosphere in the second gorge - there is nothing quite like it and a full day's paddle can get you up to the Lily Ponds waterfall for a swim halfway up the escarpment.
Fancy a cool, refreshing swim in a rock pool?
Well, head towards Southern Rockhole.
You can get to this beautiful spot on a ferry boat or by walking there along the Windolf Track, winding past Livistona palms and wildflowers.
The sun sets over the 17 Mile Valley all year and birds fly downriver in the evening to keep you company at the Baruwei Lookout as you watch it sink below the horizon.
Your stony seat will be warm as the air slowly cools.
Would like to shake out your day pack and head out for a hike out along the Yambi Walk to Pat's Lookout or Butterfly Gorge?
Or perhaps an overnight hike to Dunlop Swamp or Smitt Rock is more your style - star gazing from a swag is breathtaking.
For the most forward thinking and hardy among us who have planned ahead, five nights on the Jatbula Trail can be a truly life changing experience.
A swag can be a little less than comfy but a fully-serviced campsite or cabin with hot showers and a swimming pool is nothing short of luxurious.
Whether it is wildflowers or wildlife, sunshine or sunset, camping or a comfy bed, Nitmiluk National Park has it all.
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