Koolpin to Twin Falls Walk
Rising from the savannah and wetlands, the rugged quartzite escarpment of the Arnhem Land Plateau dominates southern Kakadu. Great creeks and rivers have exploited fault lines, carving deep gorges and waterfalls as they flow off the highlands of the 'Stone Country'. These watercourses offer a natural walking route for bushwalkers to traverse across the spectacular terrain found on the plateau. From the remote and restricted access of Koolpin Gorge in the far south, this walk climbs up on to the stone country in the heart of this World Heritage wilderness and heads towards Twin Falls. Bushwalking in trackless terrain you are guaranteed solitude and tranquillity thanks to a strict permit system. Beginning in Katherine and concluding in Darwin this full pack carrying bushwalking expedition is a great alternative or extension to our popular Jatbula Trail.
|DAY 1||Depart Darwin, drive to Kakadu, 4WD to Koolpin Gorge, camp|
|DAY 2||Begin bushwalk following Koolpin Gorge up on to the 'Stone Country' of the Arnhem Land Plateau|
|DAY 3||Traverse the plateau to the headwaters of Twin Falls Creek|
|DAY 4/5||Follow Twin Falls Creek|
|DAY 6||Arrive at the top of Twin Falls Gorge, then descend to meet our 4WD and drive back to Katherine where trip concludes|