Katherine Gorge Photography Adventure

Katherine Gorge Photography Adventure

Photography adventure to Katherine Gorge

Enhance your photography skills as you enjoy a spectacular guided adventure through the ancient Nitmiluk National Park in the Northern Territory.

Focus on the glorious landscapes of Katherine Gorge as you escape winter and explore remote gorges, swim in pristine waters, sleep out under the stars and capture incredible panoramas! Learn new photography tips and techniques, experience adventure, recharge and revive in beautiful surroundings and head home feeling amazing…

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Katherine Gorge Photography Adventure

5 days

Group Size 8

Trek Grading Specialist

Trip Dates

No upcoming dates

$2750 per person

$1000 deposit to secure your place



1 night at the Hilton in Darwin, 3 nights camping under the stars


Lunch x 4, Dinner x 3, Breakfast x 4 and Refreshments (wholefood, nutritious meals with vegetarian and gluten-free options)


Learn how to improve your photographic skills from experienced professional photographer Shane Rozario. The practical skills covered include light, colour, composition, creativity, perspective, exposure options and how to get the most out of your camera.


This 5-day Katherine Gorge Photo Adventure is an incredible hands-on photographic experience designed to cater to all skill levels. Immerse yourself in a photography trip to remote Australia to experience unlimited opportunities for breathtaking photography. From the warm and colorful dawn, to the magic hour of twilight, this ancient landscape provides endless opportunities for photographers. Best of all, the unique experience of photographing a crystal clear night sky with millions of stars in total darkness.

Your photography mentor is Australian photographer Shane Rozario. A talented and creative professional with a passion for photography, he will provide you with an invaluable source of knowledge and expertise through the trip. Shane will guide and encourage you to expand your creative eye and develop your understanding of light in this ancient landscape. You will also learn various technical aspects of photography and have the time to experiment and explore special effects photography.

Shane’s approach of one-on-one learning is a fantastic way to dig deeper into photography while doing something you love – exploring nature.

  • Hands-on photographic adventure in remote Australian landscape
  • Enjoy one-on-one instruction with Shane Rozario and learn new techniques
  • Immerse yourself in photography and improve your camera knowledge
  • Learn how to create beautiful landscapes using filters and long exposures
  • Experiment with night photography and create star trails in the crystal clear dessert skies



On Day 1, you’ll arrive in Darwin, the modern, cosmopolitan capital of the Northern Territory. After a group briefing, we’ll begin our adventure with a visit to the famous Mindil Beach Markets and take photos of the sun as it sets over the Timor Sea!


After an early breakfast, we’ll drive to Nitmiluk National Park located 30 minutes past the township of Katherine. After registering at the visitor centre, we head out along the Katherine River, past gum trees filled with Flying Foxes and climb to a vantage point where the views extend along the river in both directions and north across Seventeen Mile Valley. We’ll then trek along the rugged escarpment towards Dunlop camp to set up our base. After setting up our camp, we’ll head down to the beautiful Lily Ponds for some photos and a refreshing swim in this beautiful waterhole. Enjoy a delicious healthy dinner before sleeping out under the most incredible stars! The seasonal dry weather at this time means that we won’t even need a tent.


As the sun rises, you’ll have the opportunity to photograph the outback in the spectacular morning light. After breakfast, we’ll head back towards the gorges on a rugged trail, past a number of shallow water holes to end up at Smitt Rock, a magnificent rock structure at the 5th Gorge. If we’re lucky we may see some of the Freshwater Crocodiles that live in this area. After a 2-hour photography exploration, we’ll head back to Dunlop camp to learn more about making the most out of using our cameras in the wild.


After breakfast, we’ll set off towards the remote Eighth Gorge. The track is easy to start with and then narrows and winds around the head of a small gorge and then descends through hundreds of palms. The gorge walls become taller on both sides as we approach the Eighth Gorge Campsite, beside a large, permanent pool. We’ll then head down to one of the most spectacular swim spots in Australia. We’ll have the afternoon to relax in the sun by the waters edge and to capture this glorious setting on camera. This is another great spot to see Freshwater Crocodiles.


Today is our last day in the Nitmiluk National Park. After an early morning swim, we’ll head back along the track towards the visitor centre. There will be the opportunity on the way back to explore the Jawoyn Valley and to photograph ancient Aboriginal rock art. On the return, with the change of perspective, you’ll appreciate even more of the natural beauty of this unique landscape. After finishing the walk we’ll head back to Darwin and will stop at the famous Edith Falls for one final swim in the wild!