One national park that we absolutely love, is Litchfield National Park. The park is famous for its waterfalls and swimming holes, walking trails, and 4WD tracks.

It’s one of the best places in the Top End of Australia to go swimming, with waterfalls plunging off the edge of the escarpment into crystal-clear, safe swimming holes.

Things to Do in Litchfield National Park

Whether you’re visiting alone, with friends, or as a family, these are some of the best things to do in Litchfield National Park…

Swim in the Buley Rockholes

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.

Swim in Florence Falls Plunge Pool

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.

Have A Picnic At Wangi Falls

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.

Hike to Walker Creek

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.

Check Out The Magnetic Termite Mounds

These termite mounds are incredible. Built by thousands of termites of different species, with a north-south orientation to control the temperature inside.

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