Whether you’re visiting alone, with friends, or as a family, these are some of the best things to do in Litchfield National Park…
The Buley Rockholes are a series of rocks with holes that have water cascading through them. Walk up to the top and take your pick of rock holes to sit in for a while.
Florence Falls is a double-plunge waterfall leading to a popular swimming spot. There is a steep staircase down to the pools passing through a lovely viewing point, but it’s not too strenuous.
The Wangi Falls campground is a great place to stop for a night. There’s a BBQ area, and all the facilities you need for a comfortable night such as clean toilets and showers.
Along the walk, you’ll see various private campsites next to the creek with their own private swimming hole. Worth considering pitching a tent if you like bush camping.
These termite mounds are incredible. Built by thousands of termites of different species, with a north-south orientation to control the temperature inside.