Katherine Gorge is a stunning natural attraction located in the Northern Territory of Australia. Also known as Nitmiluk Gorge, this gorge is carved out of ancient sandstone by the Katherine River, and consists of 13 gorges that stretch for 12 kilometers. The towering rock formations that surround the gorge create a dramatic and awe-inspiring landscape. Visitors can take a boat tour or hike through the gorge to experience its natural beauty up close, and may even spot some of the local wildlife, such as wallabies, rock wallabies, and freshwater crocodiles. Katherine Gorge is not only a popular tourist destination, but also holds cultural significance for the Jawoyn people, who have lived in the area for thousands of years.