Litchfield National Park

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Litchfield National Park is located approximately 130km southwest from Darwin in the Northern Territory.

It is incredibly lush.

The park is known for its tropical flora and magnificent waterfalls which cascade from the Tabletop range.
It features the stunning land formations, gorges as well as serene waterfalls. Some of the main waterfalls are open for swimming, including Florence Falls, Tolmer Falls, Surprise Creek Falls and Tjaetaba Falls just to name a few.

Along the bottom of the range there are isolated pockets of rainforests which add to the diversity of this park.
Over thousands of year the waterfalls have cut deep into the sandstone creating gorges which preserve a tropical climate and have allowed orchids to grow naturally.

An absolute marvel of the national park is The Lost City, which Kimberley Outback Tours ensures a visit too.  
The only way to reach The Lost City is by a 4WD vehicle, and once there it is considered to be one of the most amazing short tours of the park.



The sandstone pillars are free-standing natural features and are reminiscent of an ancient cavitation. The softer sandstone eroded away over time leaving behind these magnificent formations.

Another amazing feature not naturally designed but not man-made either are the massive magnetic termite mounds.
Thousands of termites built these mounds in a very specific north-south direction which has allowed them to control the temperature inside the mounds.

Litchfield National Park is an essential stop on our Kimberley tours.

It is certainly one of the most beautiful and unique experiences of our top end tours.

When on the Darwin to Broome tours, the first stop after departing from Darwin is at Litchfield National Park.
Our regional Kimberley tours bring visitors to witness the cascading waterfalls over the sandstone plateaus and to the astounding termite mounds.

As you travel through the outback on our Kimberley tour The Litchfield National Park is one of the most memorable. Don’t forget your camera.

 

 

 



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