Litchfield National Park with Waterfalls
It's time to the discover misty waterfalls, stunning waterholes and impressive forests found within the beautiful Litchfield National Park, in the Northern Territory of Australia.
Litchfield National Park is home to several types of habitats, including lush monsoon forests and spectacular termite mounds (some reaching up to two metres in height). Don't miss a visit to Lost City, a collection of unusual rock formations that have been formed through years of erosion. During your time in the park, you’ll be able to spot historic ruins and learn about the Wagait Aboriginal people, many of whom still live in the surrounding area today.
This tour then continues along the Stuart Highway, via the township of Batchelor to Litchfield National Park, with the chance to visit the main falls in the area. The first stop is Florence Falls where (for those that are feeling brave!) you can take a dip in the water. Follow the picturesque Florence Creek Walk, guiding you through the bush and monsoon vine forest walk.
Next up is Tolmer Falls, where those visiting are treated to the magnificent views of water cascading into the deep waterhole at the base of the falls. There's another swimming opportunity at Wangi Falls, with its large crystal clear pool, perfect for a final cool-off before the trip ends and you make your way back to Darwin.
Take a dip in the crystal clear pool at Wangi Falls
Explore the unique rock formations in the Lost City