Sitting at a height of over 276 feet (84 m), Wangi Falls consist of a series of segmented falls that range in height between 135 and 171 feet (40-50 m) each. At its base is a swimming pool that's amazing to swim in.
Florence falls is a series of gorgeous waterfalls that range in height between 30 and 50 feet (10-15 m). At the bottom is a swimming pool that feels like it should be named “Eden” because of the beauty and serenity it offers.
A popular swimming spot, Buley Rockhole consists of a series of pools and small waterfalls that offer great reprieve on those hot sunny days.
Nitmiluk National Park
Located 139 miles (244 km) southeast of Darwin, Nitmiluk National Park consists of a series of gorges and waterfalls on and around the Katherine River. Previously known as Katherine Gorge National Park, this area borders Kakadu National Park, making it easy to combine both locations on a single trip.
Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge is the central attraction of the park, made up of 13 gorges with rapids and falls. Freshwater crocodiles nest along the banks of the river here, and occasionally you'll find their larger cousins, the Saltwater crocs, make their way into these gorges in the wet season.
To get around the park you can explore by cruise, kayak or helicopter for a birds-eye-view.