Litchfield National Park

Based in the Gulf Savannah, Litchfield National Park boasts an array of stunning waterfalls that are simply not to be missed. Take a beautiful walk, cool off in one of the falls or water holes and immerse in the rich range of flora and native birds.

Litchfield National Park

This Park is spectacular at any time. The falls flow year round and are most spectacular in the wet and early dry season.

Litchfield National Park covers approximately 1500 sq km and contains representative examples of most of the Top End’s natural habitats.

Intriguing magnetic termite mounds, historical sites and the weathered sandstone pillars of the Lost City.

There are a number of 4WD tracks such as the Lost City and Reynolds River, conditions permitting. Make sure you are well prepared as there is not fuel available within the National Park.

If bush walking is more your style the Tabletop Track is a 39 km circuit track. Covering Florence Falls, Greenant Creek, Wangi Falls and Walker Creek.

Swim – Florence Falls, Buley Rockhole, Wangi Falls, Walker Creek, Cascades, Tjaynera Falls and Surprise Creek Falls are designated swimming areas. Note: some waterways can become unsafe after heavy rain and are closed for swimming – heed warnings. There are crocs around so take notice of the signs.


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