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Imagen Cutta Cutta Caves Nature Park Guided Tours

Cutta Cutta Caves Nature Park Guided Tours

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Delve 15 metres below the surface to discover amazing limestone caves in the heart of Australia’s Top End.Formed millions of years ago, the Cutta Cutta Caves system is home to a variety of native wildlife and is rich in Indigenous culture and modern European history.You will need to travel 27km south of the Katherine Township, heading south on the Stuart Hwy.Tropical cave systems like those in Cutta Cutta Caves Nature Park are limited in Australia and are therefore of scientific and conservation interest and are the primary season the area has been declared an official Nature Park.Formed millions of years ago, the Cutta Cutta Caves system is home to a variety of native wildlife and is rich in Indigenous culture and modern European history.Cutta Cutta Caves Nature Park is located 16.5-miles (27-kilometers) south of Katherine and is easily accessible from the Stuart Highway. The park covers 1499-hectares of limestone landscape, and is home to five species of bats, including the rare Ghost and Horseshoe bats. About 170-species of birds have been recorded within the park, including the Hooded Parrot and the endangered Gouldian Finch.Tropical cave systems like those in Cutta Cutta Caves Nature Park are limited in Australia and are therefore of scientific and conservation interest and are the primary reason the area has been declared an official Nature Park.Join this 1-hour guided tour to delve 15-metres below the surface to discover amazing limestone caves in the heart of Australia’s Top End.In addition to the Caves system, a Visitor Centre and kiosk, the park offers a free of charge Tropical Woodland walk, with information for visitors about the local flora and fauna. The Tropical Woodland walk begins near the carpark and enables visitors to experience the open tropical woodland.

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Imagen Katherine Outback Experience

Katherine Outback Experience

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1 hour 30 minutes

Tom Curtain's Katherine Outback Experience is an outback show that provides a unique window into life on the land in outback Australia. It doesn’t get much more authentic than real life horse-starting and working dog demonstrations entwined with Australian music and humorous bush tales. There is dust and chaos, and things don't always go to plan, but that is part of the beauty of the outback. Tom released his third country music album in November 2017 which debuted at No.1 on the Australian iTunes Country Music Charts. He went onto to win two Golden Guitar Awards in 2018 for his hit single Never Never Land, together with 2018 Australian Independent Country Music Club of the Year, Artist of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year and Single of the Year. Katherine Outback Experience also won 2018 best Tourist Attraction and best Visitor Experience at the Tourism NT awards as well as taking home bronze at the National Tourism Awards. ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Katherine Outback Experience, 115 Collins Road, Katherine, Northern Territory 0850 Australia- Gates open 15 minutes prior to the advertised start time.- Guests are seated in the undercover arena on elevated seating overlooking the round yard (arena 1).- The team provides a brief introduction about our story, history and show.- A young horse is brought into the arena and the team get to work training the horse live in front of the audience, demonstrating the art of horse-starting. We explain the psychology between man and horse, showing how we build trust through comfort bubbles. If the horse is ready to progress, we will saddle and attempt to ride it, often for the first time. No horse is used more than three times in the show.- We then move to our more advanced horses, demonstrating what can be achieved with ongoing training and patience (we don't want to give too much away).- Our team of station animals including a b

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Imagen Nitmiluk Gorge Canoe Adventure Tours

Nitmiluk Gorge Canoe Adventure Tours

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The Nitmiluk Gorge is made up of 13 separate gorges. This maze of waterways has been sculpted from the sandstone over countless millennia by the Katherine River. Experience the beauty, history and culture, paddling on the waters of the Northern Territory’s Nitmiluk National Park.All canoe adventure tours begin with a scenic journey by boat through Nitmiluk’s first gorge before canoeists take to the waters to explore the iconic second gorge and beyond. Tours are self-guided and participants are required to carry their canoes should they wish to go further than the second gorge. All guests are asked to be at the boat jetty 30 mins prior to departure.Malappar Traveller – 2nd & 3rd Gorge Experience* Moderate to high fitness level required  Canoe the iconic second gorge and fully immerse yourself in the beauty of Jawoyn Country. Take time to wade in the shallow pools between the first and second gorge or venture up further to Golden Falls to view ancient Jawoyn rock art in the third gorge.Kuluyampi Explorer – Journey Beyond (3rd Gorge Plus)* Moderate to high fitness level required  Explores are free to explore walking tracks, visit the vortex holes drilled into the rocks at the top of the third gorge or relax on the beaches of Smitt Rock between the fourth and fifth gorge.PLEASE NOTE: All of the Gorges are separated by natural rock barriers, therefore to access the next gorge, manual portage of canoes is required. This can be quite strenuous in some sections. Further information on portages can be obtained by emailing:             parks.desk@nt.gov.au or reservations@nitmiluktours.com.auBarrak Barrak – 2 Day Adventure** High fitness level required Journey further than any Nitmiluk day tour on this 2 day ultimate canoe adventure through Nitmiluk Gorge river system. Camp out under a Jawoyn night sky and embrace the serenity of the Gorge with only limited numbers allowed on the water for this tour.PLEASE NOTE: All of the Gorges are separat

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Imagen Top Didj Cultural Experience & Art Gallery

Top Didj Cultural Experience & Art Gallery

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2 hours 30 minutes

The Top Didj Cultural Experience has been developed to offer visitors to the Katherine Region, a unique cultural interaction with the aboriginal people. This is achieved by introducing Manuel Pamkal from the Dalabon tribe. Manuel will teach visitors the traditional way of living in the bush as he experienced as a child. He will tell stories and showcase traditional activities such as fire lighting, spear throwing with a woomera and painting whilst educating visitors about aboriginal culture and way of life. At Top Didj you will also be able to view or purchase authentic aboriginal art, good quality souvenirs and the best didgeridoos in the NT.  Check out the wildlife. The cultural experience is designed to promote a positive experience with the aboriginal people.  They own a beautiful culture that amazes many travellers. This fantastic 2 ½ hour interpretive experience takes place in the grounds of Top Didj & Art Gallery every day at 9:30 and 2:30. The experience will not only teach you about our local indigenous culture but also provide many hands on activities such as: Learning about indigenous culture and art; Paint a piece of Indigenous artwork; Test your skills at fire lighting; Get to hold or feed baby wallabies; View and purchase some of the best indigenous art and didgeridoos in the Northern Territory.  Once you have confirmed your booking at the gallery a guide will take you to where the cultural experience takes place. We recommend you arrive no less than 10mins before the allotted time.

$48

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Imagen Katherine Gorge Cruise in Nitmiluk National Park

Katherine Gorge Cruise in Nitmiluk National Park

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2 hours

The Nitmiluk Gorge is made up of 13 separate gorges. This maze of waterways has been sculpted from the sandstone over countless millennia by the Katherine River. Experience the beauty, history and culture of the Northern Territory’s Nitmiluk National Park.Once you have boarded, your boat driver and Nitmiluk river guide will explain the ancient heritage of the landscape and its' significance to the Katherine region and the Jawoyn People. Between each gorge, there is a 500-meter walk which will require you to disembark the vessel before joining the boat in the next gorge. Those who choose not to do the walk can sit in provided shaded area. Those who choose to continue to the next gorge will have the opportunity to see ancient rock art between the first and second gorge during their walk.Two Gorge Cruise (2-hour)Discover the cultural significance of the first 2 gorges to the traditional landowners - the Jawoyn people. Enjoy a journey of discovery through the magnificent Nitmiluk Gorge.Three Gorge Cruise (3-hour)Prepare for a truly memorable experience as you travel through time and the 3 gorges of Nitmiluk Gorge. Marvel at the sheer rock face walls as the scenery becomes more striking as you head further into the Gorge. Freshen up with a swim and light refreshments before you return back to the Nitmiluk Boat Jetty.Dawn Cruise (2-hour)The colors of the early morning awaken as you emerge into the first gorge. See the mist rising above the smooth water’s surface, hear the wildlife stirring from the night and breathe the crisp clean air. This cruise will allow you to discover the unspoiled beauty of the morning - a truly memorable start to the day and a photographer’s dream.

$60

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Imagen Katherine Gorge Indigenous Cultural Cruise

Katherine Gorge Indigenous Cultural Cruise

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150 to 270 minutes

The Nitmiluk Gorge is made up of 13 separate gorges. This maze of waterways has been sculpted from the sandstone over countless millennia by the Katherine River. Experience the beauty, history and culture of the Northern Territory’s Nitmiluk National Park.Our Cultural Safari Tours combine the knowledge of our River Guides, with the lifestyle of our Cultural Team.Groups of up to 8 guests will be guided through gorges, and along the way, they will receive information from our Tour Guide as well as a first hand cultural perspective from our Cultural Staff Member. There will be time to view ancient Jawoyn RockArt, and be shown traditional customs used in generations passed – some of which are still used today!Depending on the time of year, a chance for a refreshing swim may even be possible.Tour Includes: Picnic Breakfast & your choice of cold drinksTravel Notes: • There is a walking of approx. 500m during the tour between the gorges (each way). This is made up of stairs (with handrails) and uneven surfaces. • Additional walking may be required to access seasonal swimming locations along rocky, natural paths • The Jawoyn Culture identifies customs as either women’s or men’s business, therefore discussion points will be focused around the gender of the Cultural Team Member on board. • This tour is not suitable for guests with mobility issues. • Drinking water and toilet facilities are available on board Boarding commences 15-minutes prior to departure at the Nitmiluk Boat Jetty, please allow approximately 30-minutes travel time from the township of Katherine.

$95

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Imagen Nabilil Dreaming: Katherine Gorge Sunset Dinner Cruise

Nabilil Dreaming: Katherine Gorge Sunset Dinner Cruise

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3 hours 30 minutes

The Nitmiluk Gorge is made up of 13 separate gorges. This maze of waterways has been sculpted from the sandstone over countless millennia by the Katherine River. Experience the beauty, history and culture of the Northern Territory’s Nitmiluk National Park.Sit back and relax as the tranquil surroundings transport you into a spiritual world of the Jawoyn culture and history. Discover the stories and ways of the Jawoyn people against the magnificent backdrop of the Nitmiluk Gorge, changing color with the setting sun. This cruise includes a three course candle light dinner, featuring fresh, local Australian produce cooked on board, and a complimentary glass of sparkling wine. There is also a cash bar on board should you wish to purchase more beverages.Allocated seating will be up to 6 persons per table, drinking water and toilet facilities are available on board the vessel.

$113

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Imagen 20-Minute Nitmiluk National Park Thirteen Gorges Helicopter Flight

20-Minute Nitmiluk National Park Thirteen Gorges Helicopter Flight

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20 minutes

Enjoy the magnificence of all 13 gorges in Nitmiluk National Park and fly low over the Katherine River for a thrilling photo opportunity of the Arnhem Land escarpment and surrounding scenery.The Katherine  Region is Adventure Territory and is ideally positioned as a base from which to explore the Top End. Located only a couple of hours from Kakadu, Litchfield and Gregory National Parks, the town of Katherine is the central hub of the region.The jewel in the crown of Katherine is Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Park. Nitmiluk is at the southern tip of Kakadu and Arnhem Land. Here you will find a rugged landscape of sandstone cliffs, spectacular waterfalls and lush rainforest.Our Katherine office and departure point is at Lot 5449, 1425 Gorge Road, at Maude Creek airfield, Katherine, Northern Territory.  We are situated outside the Nitmiluk National Park. Take off and enjoy the magnificence of all 13 gorges in Nitmiluk National Park and fly low over the Katherine River for a thrilling photo opportunity of the Arnhem Land escarpment and surrounding scenery. Listen to your pilot give live commentary to your headset all through-out the flight.

$136

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Imagen 45-Minute Helicopter Flight: The Nitmiluk Long Look

45-Minute Helicopter Flight: The Nitmiluk Long Look

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45 minutes

To experience the full diversity of Nitmiluk , choose this exciting scenic flight. Discover spectacular waterfalls, including Edith Falls, Northern Rockhole and many others within 17 mile valley and enjoy thrilling comprehensive views of all of Katherine Gorge.The Katherine  Region is Adventure Territory and is ideally positioned as a base from which to explore the Top End. Located only a couple of hours from Kakadu, Litchfield and Gregory National Parks, the town of Katherine is the central hub of the region.The jewel in the crown of Katherine is Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Park. Nitmiluk is at the southern tip of Kakadu and Arnhem Land. Here you will find a rugged landscape of sandstone cliffs, spectacular waterfalls and lush rainforest.Our Katherine office and departure point is at Lot 5449, 1425 Gorge Road, at Maude Creek airfield, Katherine, Northern Territory.  We are situated outside the Nitmiluk National Park. Take off and experience the full diversity of Nitmiluk, choose this exciting scenic flight. Discover spectacular waterfalls, including Edith Falls, Northern Rockhole and many others within 17-mile valley and enjoy thrilling comprehensive views of all of Katherine Gorge. Listen to your pilot give live commentary to your headset all through-out the flight.

$308

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