What To Expect
Litchfield National Park is an Aboriginal Dreamtime region that retains its mysterious spirituality in the silence of still forest valleys and rock face escarpments. With rugged sandstone, monsoon forests, spectacular waterfalls into cool abyss plunge pools, fascinating termite mounds, time for swimming in warm tropical waters, walking and exploring; this area is so remote and so totally Australian, it will leave you with a lasting impression.
Skirt Francis Bay on Darwin Harbour
Head south out of Darwin on the Stuart Highway
Take a short break at the town of Batchelor
Stop at the Meridean Termite Mounds - an opportunity to learn about Cathedral and Magnetic Termite Mounds
Florence Falls - take in stunning views of the falls or perhaps walk down to the plunge pool for a swim in this beautiful oasis
Take a walk to Tolmer Falls - a breathtaking valley with a waterfall and distant views toward the coast over cattle stations - Monsoon forests and woodland areas
Enjoy a homestyle lunch with cold meats, salad and tea or coffee
Visit Wangi Falls and plunge pool - stunning waterfalls and a delightful pool boarded by river pandanas palms
There's time for a swim in these superb surrounds
Perhaps take a walk through lush tropical forest or relax and just take it in
Look for bats
Tips and gratuities
A good level of fitness is required to access some of the waterfalls. Tour not suitable for those with mobility issues.
We recommend you bring hHats, sunscreen, sturdy walking shoes and bottled water when participating in walks.
All our card payments are protected by thawte to give you peace of mind.