Nitmiluk Gorge, previously known as Katherine Gorge, is comprised of 13 gorges snaking through stunning stone country.
The gorge stands as one of the Northern Territory's tourism jewels, alongside Uluru in Central Australia and Kakadu National Park, also in the Top End.
As part of Nitmiluk National Park, it covers an area of about 2,900 square kilometres complete with waterfalls, lush tropical savannah, unique wildlife and Jawoyn rock art.
The Gorge is visited by approximately 250,000 people annually, with an influx of visitors in the drier, cooler weather from May to August, otherwise known as the "dry season".
Visitors are offered an array of experiences - from boat tours and canoing along the gorge's spectacular waterways, through to trail blazing along short and long treks or viewing the sites from the air.
Nitmiluk Tours, which is owned by the Jawoyn Association, runs all the tourist operations in the park.