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Katherine Day Tour from Darwin including Katherine Gorge Cruise

By: AAT Kings
Highlights
  • Discover Katherine Gorge, one of the Northern Territory’s natural treasures
  • See the gorge, its wildlife, and Aboriginal rock art during a river cruise
  • Swim at Edith Falls, tour Katherine, and see Pine Creek, a gold mining town
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Katherine Day Tour from Darwin including Katherine Gorge Cruise
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Katherine Day Tour from Darwin including Katherine Gorge Cruise
From US$203.74
Overview
Explore the natural wonders of the Katherine Gorge on a full-day tour from Darwin. Visit a natural swimming hole at Edith Falls, take a boat cruise for a look at crocodiles and Aboriginal rock art on sandstone cliffs, pass through the historical gold rush town of Pine Creek, and tour Katherine by bus. Leave the navigation and long drive to the pros, and take in the sights with ease.
What to Expect

After early morning pickup at your Darwin hotel, travel inland for about three hours to Katherine Gorge, located in Nitmiluk National Park. Relax in the comfortable bus and stop briefly at Adelaide River War Cemetery, a burial place for World War II soldiers. 

When you reach the park, cool off at crocodile-free Edith Falls (conditions permitting) and enjoy a picnic lunch. Next, take a 2-hour scenic cruise on the river that cuts through Katherine Gorge. Learn about the region’s geology and Aboriginal history, look for ancient Aboriginal rock art, and perhaps spot crocodiles, turtles, and colorful birds.

Then tour the township of Katherine by bus, hearing about the Northern Territory’s cattle and agricultural industries before heading back to Darwin via Pine Creek, an atmospheric gold mining town. 

Make a short stop to purchase dinner in Adelaide River, then end your tour with drop-off at your Darwin hotel in the evening.

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Reviewed 1 week ago
Highly recommend this trip. It was a long day but a great experience, well worth it

What a great experience, we were picked up early and even though it was a long journey, we had so many interesting stops along the way and saw so much that we would of missed if we had hired a car ourselves. The tour was...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago
Good day out to katherine gorge

Early start and late finish but well worth it.Pick up from hotel from there we journey to Adelaide river war cemetery very interesting had 20 mins there but could have done with longer there's a lot to see, Journeyed on the a roadhouse for breakfast....More

Thank Mary C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Well organised day tour from Darwin to the Katherine Gorge

The AAT Kings Coach Day Tour from Darwin to the Katherine Gorge and back to Darwin seems like to daunting experience of 317 kms one way. However, the various interesting stops and the efficient tour guides and the comfortable coaches make the trip enjoyable. The...More

Thank DeshmukhV
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Fantastic day, fantastic tour guide

We had a long day with an early start, but we also had a great day. Our tour guide was very informative and she was cheerful, so thank you Sandy. The coach ride is very comfortable and we enjoyed the cruise through the two gorges....More

Thank 951Wendy
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Bus tour

Well worth seeing the gorges, done with a package through Luxury Escapes. Avery long day about 7 hours in the Bus. Wonderful Bus Driver, don't know how she did it. About a 15 hour day. Good guides though and wonderful history of the area. Having...More

Thank jplummer2016
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Russ_Cat
23 April 2018|
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Response from Simon J | Reviewed this property |
So we got picked up about 6am and arrive back around 9:00/9:30pm I think. The actual Gorge Tour was from 1pm til 3pm. You stop for a coffee (and scone) along the way and back at the same place for dinner. I used the bus... More
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