Litchfield National Park Waterfalls Tour


From $216

Fast facts

  • Departs Darwin 7.25 am returns Darwin 6 pm Approx.
  • Lunch included
  • Travel in an air-conditioned coach
  • Comprehensive commentary
  • Interpretive guided walk
  • Florence falls, Wangi falls, Tolmer falls
  • Howard springs nature park feed Barramundi & turtles
  • Magnetic termite mounds

Litchfield National Park, established in 1986, is a breathtaking place. You can marvel at the beauty of roaring waterfalls, rainforest nooks, and historic religious sites. It is home to hundreds of native bird species, and the plateau is home to a diverse range of woodland plants. The Wagait people, many of whom still live in […]

Litchfield National Park, established in 1986, is a breathtaking place. You can marvel at the beauty of roaring waterfalls, rainforest nooks, and historic religious sites. It is home to hundreds of native bird species, and the plateau is home to a diverse range of woodland plants. The Wagait people, many of whom still live in the area, are the Park’s traditional custodians.

Itinerary

Florence Falls – View the double falls from a high vantage point before making your way down to take a swim in the plunge pool.

Interpretive Guided walk -There’s time for a walk through the scenic bush and monsoon vine forest.

Tolmer Falls – This is a spectacular photo opportunity; it’s home to colonies of rare ghost and orange horseshoe bats.

Lunch – Take a break at the Litchfield Cafe.

Wangi Falls – Swim in the large plunge pool, the most accessible of all in the region and the perfect place for a final dip today.

Howard Springs Nature Park – Feed the barramundi and turtles.

Magnetic Termite Mounds – The work of local termites, standing upright like magnetic compasses, they make for a fun photo.

What to Bring

  •  Enclosed walking shoes
  •  Sunglasses, hat, sunscreen
  •  Water bottle to hold 1 litre
  •  Warm layers in cooler months
  •  Swimmers & towel (if swimming)

Fitness Requirements

  •  Low to moderate level of fitness required
  •  Florence Falls: 160 step staircase down to the swimming area, or there is a viewing platform at top of the falls if you do not wish to swim
  •  Tolmer Falls: is a flat walk of 15mins each way
  •  Wangi Falls – is an easy 5-minute walk through the rainforest

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