Lots to see , just depends what is open, check with the local shops/ accommodation. Beautiful waterfalls, walks etc. take water, mozzie spray, hat. Can be a 2 day outing if all are open !
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Litchfield is an easily accessible must do in the Top End. Generally prefer more secluded places but the beauty of Litchfield is hard to pass up. We camped in the 'Old 4wd campground' and as the name suggests, it no longer requires 4wd to access....More
1 1/2 hours out of Darwin is this lovely National Park full of rugged sandstone escarpments and lovely cool swimming holes. Our favourite was Florence falls with a waterfall and swimming hole surrounded by lush forests with a large amount of fish near you as...More
Chose from waterfalls and creeks to swim in! All are fantastic!! Litchfield National Park is a truly magical place!!! Allow at least 3 days to enjoy a swim in each of the major spots. Please note- the walk to the Cascades upper pool is rocky...More
It's small compared to some of the larger and more "famous" national parks in Australia, but it definitely has something to offer. While there are termite mounds all over the outback and northern Australia, the ones here have viewing platforms and special that they are...More
We walked an easy 2 minutes from the car park to see Florence Falls from a look out above, but didn't swim there. They looked stunning from the look out above and being at the end of the wet season they were full of water....More
We found the drive onto the park a bit same old and the scenery was nothing to rave about but there are some really beautiful parts once you are there which make it worth it.Wangi Falls is absolutely lovely and though we could not swim...More
Our tour guide Rowan was fabulous, friendly, funny and knowledgeable. The tour included a boat ride with Pat, our own 'Crocodile Dundee' who introduced us to his jumping crocodiles, an amazing experience. We swam in pristine water holes and had prawns and champers whilst watching...More
1.5 hours in comfortabnle tour bus to reach the park. A couple of great waterfalls. and termite mounds, and the overall terrain. We were blessed with a terrific tour guide. from AAT Kings. Thanks for a great day Paul. the information he imparted was great.