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Litchfield National Park

Litchfield National Park offers you an array of natural springs, falls and rock structures to take your breath away. We have outlined a number of great places under our EXPLORE page in this website, however, the best knowledge you can get is to talk to us directly. We want to help you plan your trip and get the…

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Buley Rockhole and Florence Falls

Buley Rockholes A group of natural cascading waterfalls that just scream – Jump in! This spot is the best place to let the kids spend hours jumping in and exploring the area whilst you relax in one of the shallower plunge pools and soak in the beauty that Litchfield offers. Speak to our knowledgeable staff…

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Lost City

The Lost City is a collection of large sandstone rock structures that make you feel as though you are in your own version of the Flintston’s ‘Bedrock’. The 8-10km 4×4 track is an adventure of it’s own, so if you are really wanting to make the most of Litchfield National Park and explore all it…

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Tabletop Swamp

This rather attractive wetland is surrounded by paperbark trees and is an ideal spot for nature enthusiasts or those that want quieter places to picnic and relax. The water around here usually recedes as the dry season approaches, however there are still many species of waterbirds and other animals that remain here during those times,

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Tolmer Falls

Do you enjoy sunsets as much as we do? Well Tolmer Falls hosts some of the most beautiful examples of a true Northern Territory Sunset. During the day there are a number of great walks with viewing platforms that let you see right over the Litchfield escarpment. Head down to the falls lookout to see…

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Cascades

Cascades is a selection of 6 plunge pools with a beautiful walk of 1-1.5km between each set of falls. For those after a walk through the incredible Australian outback, with a dip in a natural spring along the way, this Litchfield National Park gem is the one for you. Short trips along the Lower or…

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Wangi Falls

Wangi Falls is the best-known and most popular attraction in Litchfield National Park – a park renowned for its accessibility and pristine natural beauty. There are various walking tracks, including a three kilometre loop track that takes you up and over the falls and back to the car park, or a return option to the…

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