biggest attraction to Katherine is the Gorge. It offers
3 different boat cruises, canoeing, and lots of walking
trails. Helicopter flights over the Gorge are great.
Located at the back of our park on the banks of the Katherine
River. This shady, spring fed, thermal pool is an ideal
safe swimming area, great for soaking
your tired muscles. The hot springs are well grassed with
shady spots and sunbathing areas. Just right for a picnic.
Low Level Nature Reserve
It features open shady parkland and easy access to the
river. Ideal for swimming and fishing, is accessible via
our back gate and
a 3 minute stroll on a bitumen walkway.
The museum houses interesting displays on the pastoral,
World War II, communications and early history of the
town and the region. The
most notable exhibit is the original Gypsy Moth that
was flown by Dr Clyde Fenton, the first flying doctor.
30 kilometres from Riverview, Cutta Cutta Caves formed
500 million years ago and is still growing today. The
limestone cave formations are about 15 metres below
the earth’s surface and are home to the rare Orange
Horseshoe and Ghost Bats.
nice days’ outing, 63 km's from Riverview. Edith
Falls consist of a series of falls on the edged of the
Arnhem Land escarpment that run all year round. The
main fall runs into the Sweetwater Pool, fringed by
pandanus trees. A loop walk takes visitors to the top
of the falls.
Visit the newly crafted bronze statue. It is
a sight to behold.
Katherine has a good range of eating out venues. Meals
are served in or outdoors; the RSL Club and the Country
Club both offer a courtesy bus service. There is also
the Barra Cafe at Riverview serving a wide variety of meals for
Other places of interest include: NT Rare Rocks, Knott’s
Crossing, The Overland Telegraph Pylons, The Railway Museum, and
School of the Air. Katherine has
3 cinemas, Lawn Bowls, Golf Course, Art and Craft Galleries
and the Town swimming pool.