The stunning landscape of Litchfield National Park has been
and continues to be shaped by water and time. Steeped in history and rich in
culture, visitors can explore the walking tracks, falls and waterholes,
rainforest pockets and historic sites.
The major attractions in the park
include the permanent spring-fed waterfalls of Florence, Tolmer and Wangi, the
cascades at Buley Rockhole and the intriguing magnetic termite mounds.
Litchfield National Park is near Batchelor and 100 km south-west of Darwin,
an easy 90 minute drive from Darwin. With sealed roads providing easy access,
there are also options for the 4-wheel drive enthusiasts, who can enjoy off-road
treks to some of the less-frequented attractions such as The Lost City and
Tjaynera Falls. In the dry season it is also possible to get to the park via Cox
Peninsula Road (which is unsealed).