The Nitmiluk Visitor Centre is located at the entrance to Nitmiluk Gorge and should be your first stop when visiting the national park. Friendly staff are on hand to assist with your tour and travel enquiries on walking, camping and other activities.
As well as being a vital hub for tourist information, the Visitors Centre has a restaurant, souvenir shop and cultural displays.
Dining at Sugarbag Café is a tasty destination in its own right, showcasing spectacular views over the Nitmiluk Gorge from the outdoor deck. Open for breakfast and lunch, you can enjoy café and bistro style meals, a light snack or refreshing drink, while the Australian outback comes to life around you. There are also local specialties like Barramundi on offer to satisfy your hunger.
Ensure the memory of Nitmiluk Gorge stays with you forever by taking home a precious souvenir or handmade artefacts by the Jawoyn people.
Display Centre and Heritage Museum
Prepare yourself for all the wonders of Nitmiluk Gorge and National Park by visiting the Display Centre and Heritage Museum. You’ll find graphic displays and large-scale topographical models which clearly illustrate the flora, fauna and rock formations of the park, as well as informative audio visual displays presenting a living record of Nitmiluk. Other features of the museum include historical European photographs and memorabilia and of course traditional Aboriginal artefacts. Parks and Wildlife Rangers are also on hand for educational purposes and to offer travel advice for visitors.