Gregory’s Tree is locate approximately 15 Km west of the town of Timber Creek, on the banks of the Victoria River. There is an elevated steel boardwalk / viewing platform on 2 sides of the tree and fencing to stop access to the other sides. Gregory's Tree has historical and social significance. It is a living monument to the exploration of the North of Australia, in particular the North Australia Expedition led by AC Gregory in 1855-56. The tree (a boab - Adansonia gregorii) marks the area of Gregory's "entrenchment camp" from October 1855 to July 1856 and still bears inscriptions noting the date of arrival and departure from the camp.