Umbrawarra Gorge Nature Park

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Umbrawarra Gorge Nature Park
Northern Territory
IUCN category V (protected landscape/seascape) [1]
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Umbrawarra Gorge
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Umbrawarra Gorge Nature Park
Coordinates 13°58′17″S131°41′21″E / 13.971439324°S 131.689273569°E / -13.971439324; 131.689273569 Coordinates: 13°58′17″S131°41′21″E / 13.971439324°S 131.689273569°E / -13.971439324; 131.689273569 [1]
Established5 August 1976 [1]
Area973 hectares (2,400 acres) [1]
Managing authorities Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory
See also Protected areas of the Northern Territory

Umbrawarra Gorge Nature Park is a protected area in the Northern Territory. [1] It is located 145 km south of Darwin and 115 km west of Katherine.

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References

  1. 1 2 3 4 5 "Terrestrial Protected Areas by Reserve Type in Northern Territory (2016)". CAPAD 2016. Australian government. 2016. Retrieved 15 January 2018.