Tourism NT & Jackson Groves
Northern Territory
Litchfield National ParkDarwin's beautiful natural playground, Litchfield National Park is an easy drive away and full of breathtaking beauty, waterfalls and swimming holes to take respite from the tropical heat.
With no entry fee (overnight camping fees apply) and easily accessible 2WD roads into all of the main waterfalls, it’s no wonder Litchfield National Park is one of the most popular spots in the Top End. Mix and match the variety of attractions around the region to make your own ‘Greater Litchfield Loop’ perfect for any age or any number of days. You can take in the military history of Adelaide River and Batchelor, stay in your choice of bespoke camping or nature-based lodges, swim safely at waterfalls and cascading rock pools, sip sunset drinks at beachfront fishing lodges and immersive nature and wildlife experiences at local attractions. Do yourself a favour and take a few minutes to stop in at the pubs, cafes and restaurants to get a flavour for how the locals live in and around Litchfield National Park. Swimming within the park and road access can change at certain times of the year. Check to see if Litchfield National Park is open:
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