Keep River National Park is located in the Northern Territory of Australia, sitting on land belonging to the Mirriwung and Gadjerong people, 467 kilometres from Katherine and on the border with Western Australia. The park spans over an area of 574.37 kilometers squared: although not huge, it is filled with wonders. Keep River is proud of its remarkable sandstone landscape, as red rocks and green florals contrast one another. There are four walking tracks in the park: Ginger’s Hill Walk, Goorrandalng Walk, Jenemoom Walk, and Jarnem Walks. Keep River also offers Aboriginal sites where the Miriwoong and Gajirrabeng people have lived, with paintings available on Ginger’s Hill and Langgerrbi (Nigli Gap) at Jarnem. The views along the walks are absolutely stunning, with sand formations that one cannot imagine. Tired at night? Keep River offers 2 campgrounds, one at Goorrandalng and one at Jarnem. There are diverse fauna and floral life found throughout the park, with an abundance of birds and reptiles spotted throughout the park. Some prominent birds include the Spinfex Pigeon, Black-faced Woodswallow, and the Rainbow Bee-eater. Watch out for crocodiles though, they are present in waterways, so avoid swimming, and always follow the signs. Access the park 3km east of the NT/WA border, although roads may be corrugated or closed at times. Come and explore the hidden gems in Keep River, you will never be disappointed. Plan your trip today!