Litchfield National Park

Incorporating Florence Falls, Buley Rockhole, Wangi Falls, Bamboo Creek Tin Mine and more

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This is what people come to the Top End to see and experience. What people don’t often realise is that they can stay nearby to allow the time to enjoy this spectacular place – a favourite with locals.

Must-do's in this region include...

Get off the beaten track and walk through monsoonal forests, ancient palms and majestic escarpments

Follow the sounds of a trickling stream to the rumble of waterfalls

Swim underneath spring fed waterfalls, feel and hear their power

Discover the stories that are connected with these places

Bear witness to the changing colours of our landscape

Allow at least 2 days to experience and take in the various sites

This is what people come to the Top End to see and experience. What people don’t often realise is that they can stay nearby to allow the time to enjoy this spectacular place – a favourite with locals.

The waterfalls are often what people remember most about Litchfield. Set amongst a spectacular tabletop range, the water that pours off the top is crystal clear and feeds a number of hidden cascades and plunge pools. Swimming can be found at various locations all year round, (check the latest updates to find out where swimming is currently safe as some areas are seasonal). Monsoonal troughs during our Tropical Summer can result in swimming being closed in all areas until the trough passes and water levels subside and currents slow.

A bushwalker’s paradise, there are many tracks that can be explored taking you to rock formations, magnetic termite mounds and historic sites. Get off the beaten track to enjoy the wildlife and birds. During the dry season 4WD tracks open for the more adventurous.

places to stay

Champagne on the balcony
Litchfield Outback Resort
ninia and The Roos - Copy (2)
Nina’s Ark Wildlife Sanctuary
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National Park Camp Sites
tents
Litchfield Safari Camp
Cabin 1 external (8)
Hideaway Litchfield

things to do

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Magnetic Termite Mounds
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Florence Falls
0016 Shady Creek Walk Linda Douglas
Florence Creek Walk (from Buley Rockholes to Florence Falls)
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Buley Rockhole
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Lost City
0010 Table Top Swamp LNP Sue Mornane
Tabletop Swamp
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Tolmer Falls
Greenant Creek no release
Tjaetaba Falls (Greenant Creek)

where to eat

Wangi Cafe Deck
Wangi Falls Cafe
Steak oysters online
Lil’ Ripper Cafe, Bar and Bistro

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