Vicsearch Info has 6 Katherine entries
Katherine Gorge - Site ID: 705
Katherine Gorge Australia is located about 200 miles southeast of Darwin and is accessed by the Victoria and Stuart highways. Katherine Gorge Australia can also be accessed by train along the line that travels between Darwin in the north and Adelaide in the south of the Australian continent.
Katherine Region - Site ID: 706
Sweeping from the Gulf of Carpentaria to the West Australian border, the vast Katherine region is full of hidden gems. Its diverse landscapes and unique ecosystems set the scene for outback adventure activities like fishing, canoeing, bushwalking, birdwatching, camping and four-wheel driving.
Australian Explorer - Site ID: 726
Katherine is one of two large towns you will come across on the route between Darwin and Alice. The main attraction to the area (other than the fact it has constant running water) is the spectacular Katherine Gorge. Giles Street is the road you need for Katherine Gorge, although nearby is also the turning for the Kimberley and Western Australia, along the Victoria Highway.
Our Territory - Site ID: 727
Katherine Township Northern Territory Australia is situated 330km south East of Darwin NT along the Stuart Highway on the Katherine River. With a population of 10,000 people the town services a region of 400,000 km sq (the size of France).
Northern Gateway - Site ID: 728
A visit to Darwin is not complete without a visit to the world famous Katherine Gorge. Known by the aboriginal name Nitmiluk, a cruise through Katherine Gorge is an amazing experience. The Gorge is located in Nitmiluk National Park and is one of the most spectacular areas in the country, winding 12 km with walls more than 70m high. The 13 wonderful gorges of Nitmiluk National Park were formed 23 million years ago as torrents of water poured along tiny cracks in the earth.
Visit Katherine - Site ID: 729
The Katherine Region is Adventure Territory, boasting the magnificent Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Park. Around Katherine you will discover such treasures as Borroloola and the Gulf Region across the Roper River - Elsey National Park, Mataranka Thermal Pools, the majestic scenery of the Victoria River Region, Pine Creek and the Douglas and Daly River areas.