Litchfield Discovery Tour
Jumping Crocodile Cruise
A Litchfield National Park Tour
Cruise up the Adelaide River in search of Australia’s oldest living dinosaur, the Salt Water Crocodile. Learn facts and survival skills from your friendly crew as they seek out and find local wildlife including fresh and salt water crocodiles, black kites and maybe even the elusive White Bellied Sea Eagle.
Litchfield National Park Gateway
The small town of Batchelor is the gateway to Litchfield National Park. This sleepy little town was once the allied Air Force base for WWII, causing the local population to rapidly grow. When uranium was discovered nearby at Rum Jungle, the town again boomed until the closure of the mine in 1963.
Litchfield National Park
Welcome to Litchfield National Park
Established as a National Park in 1986, Litchfield National Park is a truely stunning destination enjoyed by locals and visitors alike. You will take in the splendour of thundering waterfalls, picturesque rainforests and sacred historic sites as we begin our Litchfield Discovery. Many of the Wagait people, who are the traditional owners still call Litchfield home.
Litchfield National Park Termite Mounds
The termite mounds found in Litchfield National Park are incredible architectural works of local termites, complete with arches, tunnels, chimneys and nursery chambers. These mounds will leave you bewildered as your driver/guide explains how these mounds are created and the difference between the magnificent structures.
Litchfield National Park Swimming Hole
Buley Rockhole is a series of waterfalls and rock-holes where you will find your own special spot to take a dip and enjoy the surrounding environment. It’s a popular spot for tourists and locals due to it’s easy location and access. Here, we will enjoy a relaxing swim and some morning tea.
Wangi is one of the most accessible of the Litchfield Swimming holes and is the perfect spot to have some lunch and enjoy a dip in its clean fresh water. You will also have the opportunity to take a stroll along the boardwalk, finding different vantage points of the spectacular falls as well as take in the surrounding plant and wildlife.
Look down from the high vantage point of the Florence Falls Lookout, to take in the natural beauty as the clear fresh water cascades down into the swimming hole. Take your time as you make your way down the 160 step staircase to the spectacular swimming hole under the thundering Florence Falls. Here you will find dozens of large fish swimming around you in the shallows as you swim in the pristine clear water.