This Northern Territory region has more visitors than it’s famous sister, Kakadu. Be prepared to stay longer around Litchfield National Park as there is more to see and do than you might think.
This is what people come to the Top End to see and experience. What visitors don’t often realise is that they can stay nearby to allow the time to enjoy this spectacular place that is a favourite with locals.
Image: Paul Arnold
Litchfield is known as a place to get back to nature, to contemplate ancient landscapes and relax in cool waterholes – but if you are looking to raise your heart rate we can certainly provide.
Iconic Pubs and Historic Sites Around Litchfield
Whilst we are well known for our stunning waterfalls and waterholes, we also have a bit of a reputation for another type of waterhole – an iconic Territory Pub.
Image: Paul Kaju
Back to Nature
Our region hosts a small number of townships and villages separated by kilometres of natural bushlands, rivers and waterways, pristine seas and beaches, geological wonders dating back 500 million years and untouched habitats.
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