On Tuesday I went to see the Katherine Gorge at Nitmiluk National Park. The Gorge is located in Nitmiluk National Park and is one of the most spectacular areas in the country, winding 12 km with walls more than 70m high. The 13 wonderful gorges of Nitmiluk National Park began 23 million years ago as torrents of water pouring along tiny cracks in the earth.
I booked a 2 gorge boat cruise which offered great views of the gorge, some Aboriginal rock art and a couple of freshies (fresh water crocodiles) along the way.
In the trees surrounding the boat ramp were numerous fruit bats being lazy and hanging around in the sun, making lots of funny noises: