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Gregory National Park

 

where is it?
200kms south-west of Katherine and about 250 kms east of the Kimberlies





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Victoria River and escarpment behind, lit up by morning sun



Huge Boab Trees everywhere heading west toward the Kimberlies from Gregory National Park

serene Victoria River at dusk

the road through Gregory National Park is lined by many of these richly coloured rock walls

The mighty Victoria River, viewed from Lookout West of Timber Creek

 

During the wet season (October-March) rivers like the Victoria flood their banks and many roads/bridges are impassable..

This tree stump (over 2 metres/6ft long) is a reminder in the dry season, being perched in a tree over 13 metres/40ft above the current water level of the river



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