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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).

Batchelor can serve as your gateway to Litchfield National Park, a great place to stay over, especially for day trips to the park.

In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.

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Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory - Darwin Region

Litchfield National Park Attractions

Swimming and Walks
There are a number of places throughout the park where visitors can swim. Some of the popular spots include Wangi, Florence, Tjaynera Falls and Buley Rockhole. Make sure you read all signs for your own safety.

For those who prefer to do some walks, there are a number of walks varying in length between 1 to 3 km. There are also opportunities to do extended walks. The Tabletop Track is a great long distance 39 km circuit bushwalk, that takes between 3-5 days and is graded moderate to difficult. You can also opt to do some of the Link Walks, taking in sections of the circuit. Make sure you obtain a permit for the extended walks from the Parks and Wildlife Office in Batchelor.

Visit the NT National Parks website to download information on the Short Walks (796 Kb PDF) and the Tabletop Track (686 Kb PDF).
Territory Parks Alive
There are free Ranger guided activities held in the park, usually held annually between May and September. Visit the Litchfield National Park for information.

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