Established in 1986, Litchfield National Park is a stunning location. You can take in the splendour of thundering waterfalls, rainforest pockets and historic sacred sites. It is a haven for hundreds of native bird species and the plateau supports a rich range of woodland flora. The traditional custodians of the Park are the Wagait people, many of whom still call the area home.
• On the way to your first stop in the town of Batchelor, your Driver Guide will keep you entertained with stories surrounding the history of Australia’s longest highway, the Stuart
• Batchelor is the gateway to Litchfield National Park and you’ll stop here for a morning tea break at one of the local cafés (own expense)
• Stop for a photo at the Termite Mounds, the work of local termites, standing upright like magnetic compasses
• View the double waterfalls of Florence Falls from a high vantage point before making your way down to take a dip in the plunge pool below
• There’s time for an interpretive walk through the scenic bush and monsoon vine forest
• Continue to spectacular Tolmer Falls, home to several colonies of rare ghost and orange horseshoe bats
• Take a break for lunch at Litchfield Café
• Wangi Falls is the most accessible of rock pools and is the perfect place for you to take a final dip today
• Visit Howard Springs Nature Park, a great place to see wildlife including turtles, barramundi and freshwater fish
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