Litchfield is filled with spectacular scenery that includes waterholes, waterfalls, and rain forests. It is just a short drive away from Darwin and well known for its magnetic termite mounds that can tower up to two meters tall.
A Litchfield Trip from Darwin can give you a chance to experience all the highlights of the National Park. You can get excellent photo opportunities at Florence falls, Wangi falls, and Magnetic Termite Mounds. You can also go for a swim at the Buley Rockhole.
Tours will also include crocodile spotting cruises on the Adelaide River. You can also have your lunch at the Litchfield Café. If you have more time you can go on a hike, visit the Blyth Homestead museum, spot wildlife in the area, and camp in the rain forest.
Other places to visit
A tour which consists of multi days can include a tour to Kakadu National Park, a tour to the Top End, a tour to the Natimuk National park, and Arnhem Land.
The spectacular Litchfield National Park which is located in the Northern Territory, 100 kilometers to the South of Darwin. You may not get public transport to the National park. So traveling in your own car or joining a guided tour will be a good idea. The easiest entry point by road is via Batchelor. Access is also possible via Cox Peninsula in the dry season.
Litchfield National Park can be a place to visit all year round but is most popular during the dry season. The wet season will come with the impressive scenery of waterfalls. But the wet season can also mean closed access to some attractions due to water levels.
Litchfield is filled with places to take photographs. The waterfalls that cascade from the plateau is an attraction for many. Wangi falls is a large fall that comes with a swimming spot. A hike to the Toolers falls will give you an opportunity for photographs of wildlife.
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