Enter a world of looming escarpments and gorges, with distinctive Boab trees dotting limestone landscapes only accessible by foot or four-wheel drive.
Judbarra/Gregory National Park is the Northern Territory's second largest national park, encompassing spectacular ranges, escarpments, gorges and eucalypt woodlands. A drive through the eastern section of the park along the Victoria Highway will reveal some of these landscapes, while the easily accessed, Escarpment Walk and Nawulbinbin (Joe Creek) Loop Walk near the Victoria River Roadhouse, provide close up experiences of the dramatic sandstone escarpment.
Distinctive Boab Trees occur throughout the park but are particularly striking in the limestone landscapes that can only be reached by four-wheel drive vehicles. The western section of the park extends from the sub tropical zone in the north to the semi-arid zone in the south.
Bullita Homestead is the furthest south that two-wheel drive vehicles can venture (high clearance recommended) and includes a historic homestead and stockyards where you can find out more about the park's nature, culture and history. Gregory's Tree is another historic site that is two-wheel drive accessible. A network of remote four-wheel drive tracks for those who are well-equipped and well prepared is open usually during May to November. Call before you travel for up to date information.
There also are plenty of opportunities for fishing and camping.