About Litchfield National
Park in Northern Territory Australia
It also features numerous waterfalls which
cascade from a sandstone plateau called the Tabletop
Range, intriguing magnetic termite mounds, historical
sites, and the weathered sandstone pillars of the Lost
How To Get To Litchfield
Near Batchelor, 100 km south-west of Darwin,
the Park is generally accessible all year (sealed roads)
via Batchelor. In the dry season it is also possible
to get to the Park via Cox Peninsula Road (which is
When To Visit Litchfield
This Park is spectacular at any time,
though most 4WD tracks are closed during the wet season.
Some swimming areas such as Wangi Falls, become unsafe
after heavy rain and are closed for swimming but kiosk
and picnic facilities remain open.
What To See And Do In
Litchfield National Park
There are many camping areas located throughout
the Park, as well as picnic areas and bushwalking tracks.
Some waterholes are safe to swim in.