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Top Things to do in Litchfield National Park

The less famous “little brother” of Kakadu, Litchfield National Park in the Northern Territory is equally spectacular in its own way, and its more compact size and easier accessibility from Darwin makes it a much more reasonable proposition to explore for most travellers to boot. Home to an incredible array of ruggedly beautiful environments – from beautifully clear swimming holes, to sheer cliff faces, thundering waterfalls, towering termite mounds and various other examples of raw and untouched Australia – Litchfield offers much of the marvel of Kakadu just over an hour’s drive away from the NT’s capital.

Due to Litchfield National Park’s more compact and surprisingly logical layout – many of its main attractions can be visited one after the other in succession without needing any major diversions from this main path – getting a sampling of Litchfield’s marvels is doable in a single day as opposed to the likes of the more spread out and sizeable Kakadu. Each of these highlights offer a nice blend of outdoor activities to take part in; swimming in natural waterholes in particular is a major drawcard of Litchfield, and there’s some quality spots to swim at Buley Rockhole, and both Florence and Wangi Falls. Simply browse the range of Litchfield experiences below to begin your NT adventure online today.

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