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Timber Creek

Visitor Centre:
Croc-Stock Shop
Phone: 08 8975 0850
Fax: 08 8975 0850
General:
Victoria River Region
A vast area of diverse and spectacular land forms, encompassing the Victoria River and the Gregory National Park. Its rugged, unique scenery is appealing to 4WD adventurers and boat owners, but can also be appreciated from the Victoria Highway between the WA border and Katherine.

The Victoria River is the Territory’s largest waterway, in many places, it becomes over one kilometre wide. This unspoiled wilderness riverland is habitat to abundant flora and fauna, easily seen in their natural environment.

There are plenty of Things to Do and see, such as walking, museum, lookout, birdwatching (home to the rare Gouldian Finch), fishing, boat hire, scenic flights, national parks, short drives and river tours. Visit the Timber Creek Parks & Wildlife Centre for maps and information on road conditions.
History:
GREGORY NATIONAL PARK

Gregory National Park consists of some 12,500 square kilometres. The park is divided into two parts, lying south of Victoria River Crossing and south of Timber Creek. A new 4WD track, following the old droving trail called the ‘Bullita Stock Route’, has been opened up in the western section of Gregory National Park.

KEEP RIVER NATIONAL PARK

Rugged red sandstone cliffs, spectacular aboriginal art sites, enormous boab trees and peaceful camp sites.

Attractions:
GREGORY NATIONAL PARK

Gregory National Park consists of some 12,500 square kilometres. The park is divided into two parts, lying south of Victoria River Crossing and south of Timber Creek. A new 4WD track, following the old droving trail called the ‘Bullita Stock Route’, has been opened up in the western section of Gregory National Park.

KEEP RIVER NATIONAL PARK

Rugged red sandstone cliffs, spectacular aboriginal art sites, enormous boab trees and peaceful camp sites.