Experience the varied habitats of Litchfield National Park and its monsoon forests, rock formations, and waterfalls. Visit Florence Falls, enjoy a short bush walk, swim in a plunge pool, and enjoy a cafe lunch.
- Visit Batchelor, the gateway to Litchfield
- Marvel at thundering falls, rainforests, and historic sites
- Photograph mystical termite mounds
- Enjoy a relaxing swim at Florence Falls
- Take a guided interpretive bush and vine-forest walk (time permitting)
Enjoy a full-day trip to Litchfield National Park from Darwin. See lush monsoon forests, termite mounds, unusual rock formations, waterfalls, and cascades.
The park includes much of the spectacular Tabletop Range, a wide sandstone plateau surrounded by cliffs. During the green season 4 major waterfalls thunder down from the cliffs to tropical rock pools below. During the dry season, the waterfalls flow more gently, making the waterholes perfect spots for a refreshing swim.
You’ll follow the Stuart Highway via the town of Batchelor to reach Litchfield National Park. Visit the park’s main waterfalls, stopping first at Florence Falls, where you’ll enjoy a scenic and interpretive bush and monsoon vine forest walk. You can also go for a swim by making your way down the stairs to the plunge pool below.
Continue on to Tolmer Falls and see water cascading down into a deep waterhole at the base of the falls. Visit Wangi Falls, which features a large, crystal-clear pool that’s a perfect spot for a cool dip.
You’ll enjoy a picnic lunch surrounded by the park’s natural wonders.