Zeb and Eider Duck are going to another Australian National Park We are going to Nitmiluk National Park. Nitmiluk National Park was formerly called Katherine Gorge National Park. First we go to Edith Falls
Several humans are swimming in the water.
It is so refreshing. The water from the falls flows under the bridge and becomes a peaceful river.
Near Edith Falls, we enjoyed this grassy area.
Now we are getting on a boat on the Katherine River.
Heading through the first gorge.
Pretty steep rock walls, really sandstone walls, here.
People can rent canoes here also.
We get out of our boat and walk toward this narrower gorge.
Now we are on the second boat,
cruising again. But, we are not alone here.
This is the famous view in Katherine Gorge.
There are many postcards with this picture. Heading into a small cave,
we see these mud nest made by migrating birds and bats.
We dock, get off the boat, and walk along the path to where our first boat left us.
Back on the first boat, we are heading back to our starting point.
This is a beautiful river and an incredible gorge. Some of the people that helped us today in this national park are Jawoyn, the local people. They were here first and are now the custodians of Nitmiluk National Park. We loved our cruise. We hope you go on it soon, too.