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Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
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Reviewed yesterday

We pulled over to have a look at the Cathedral Termite mounds on the way back from Wangi falls. We did see lots of these on our driving on the top end but it was good to stop and look at this excellent example of...More

Thank Lorraine L
Reviewed yesterday

Worth the stop as you progress through Litchfield National Park. Only a 5-20 minute stop depending on travel and weather factors. Great explanation as well as photo opportunity.

Thank Rohan S
Reviewed yesterday

Yes, it was different but you can't get that close and a long drive from Darwin for not much. A 5 minute stop if you are moving on to something else in the park.

Thank Nigel C
Reviewed 5 days ago

A bit of a drive in, but worth it if you want to get up close and personal with a mound. If you don't want to do the tourist mound, there are plenty on the roadside to stop and see- perhaps not as big as...More

Thank Inspire527672
Reviewed 6 days ago

This is a sight to behold, it is hard to believe that such teeny tiny little insects have such intellect to build such structures according to the weather - which way to face, how thick to build, this is mind boggling.

Thank vickilynnhunter
Reviewed 1 week ago

These are remarkable! how do such tiny animals work out how to build their termite mounds facing north-south? One of the great mysteries of the world....

Thank Gray P
Reviewed 1 week ago

Well worth your time to visit all of Litchfield, not just the termite mounds. Go early in day to avoid the heat and flies.

Thank MikeL37
Reviewed 1 week ago

We found better termite mounds on the way to Litchfield Park, than actually in the park. They are everywhere.

Thank Denisa K
Reviewed 1 week ago

it might be the season - but this area looked really dull and the termite mounts have been all grey and looked like really old and plain. We have seen definitely better formations on our trip through the NT.

Thank Marshase
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The mounds are very impressive and the information boards give you enough information to help you really appreciate how amazing the termites are. There are boardwalks to take to view and a dead mound that you can get up close to and touch. We visited...More

Thank Sharpei72
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