Travel Blogs from Litchfield National Park, Australia

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Lovely Litchfield, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Lovely Litchfield

A travel blog entry by technotrekker

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... to have a couple of beers before retiring. Next morning we were up early to pick up the rental car and head off to Litchfield. Nice place. Arriving well before lunch gave us the opportunity to stop at the magnetic termite mounds, then Florence Falls for a ...

The Top End...Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

The Top End...Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by brownsltd

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... and Pandanus trees.  What a splendid way to end the day… it must be time for a sundowner! Highlights of Litchfield National Park: -          Walker Creek – cooling off at camp six! ...

Waterfalls and more waterfalls, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Waterfalls and more waterfalls

A travel blog entry by nikkilewis

... ! We then had lunch before going onto an aboriginal tour where we were all welcomed to the country (including Kakadu and Litchfield) by this aboriginal guy spitting water onot each of our foreheads and saying what sounded like - Kookookoo. Basically it ...

Litchfield National Park - Nice Billabongs., Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield National Park - Nice Billabongs.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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Litchfield National Park is the lesser known of Darwins parks and is somewhat overshadowed by big brother Kakadu. This helps with some of the attractions being less patronized and offering more privacy (not that the Northern Territory actually has a ...

Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by gypsymichelle

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... our first stop was in a little town called Noonamah for a quick pub grub lunch and beer. Then we headed to Litchfield National Park. On the way into the park we stopped at Magnetic Termite Mounds. Here there are towering columns of dirt that are nests ...

almost at the Top End, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

almost at the Top End

A travel blog entry by jen_and_chris

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Hurrah for national parks you can camp and see everything in one day in. Litchfield is a delight for many people and despite its modest size proved to be a peaceful spot to visit. Peaceful that is, if you time your walks to the series of waterfalls so as ...

Steaming up in Litchfield, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Steaming up in Litchfield

A travel blog entry by atlarge

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While our fridge cooled its heels in Darwin, we headed out of town to Litchfield National Park equipped with an Esky. Simon and Carrie previously visited Kakadu while Hilary was in the womb. Our itinerary is looking a little tight, so this time we ...

A lovely little National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

A lovely little National Park

A travel blog entry by mkford

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We packed up and left Darwin and drove straight down to Litchfield National Park. We stopped to look at the magnetic termite mounds on the way in, which are quite fascinating. It's amazing to see all these mounds lined up in the same direction! We ...

Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by bathoztrip

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We headed to Litchfield National Park and had our first car problem of the trip... a flat tyre. After taking a few photos to capture the moment we got back on the road and set up camp at the Wangi Falls campground. It was so hot and we couldn't wait to ...

Hilary's Green Ant project, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Hilary's Green Ant project

A travel blog entry by atlarge

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... .  I'm very glad I studied them and I hope you’ve learned something too. ______________________________________________________ I got this information from talking to the litchfield ranger and Junior Ranger Review No 2 2007 (here). ...

Diving Madness, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Diving Madness

A travel blog entry by dmp3380

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Termitenhügel, Bushcamping & (JUHUUU) Rockholes, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Termitenhügel, Bushcamping & (JUHUUU) Rockholes

A travel blog entry by upandaway_gk

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Die kleinen geschäftigen Tierchen bauen dort bis zu 6m hohe Termitenhügel. leider sehen wir nur einen Teil davon, weil der Busch so hoch gewachsen ist und die Ranger nur wenig herum gemäht haben. Dafür können wir uns wieder in Rockholes abkühlen, ...

Day THIRTY TWO, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Day THIRTY TWO

A travel blog entry by feltham

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... the warm vent from the fridge and didn’t get any sleep. In the morning….. it worked!!!!! Big YAY! We drove into Litchfield National park again today and set up camp at Wangi Falls camp ground. It was hot and we all went for a dip in the ...

And Then It Started To Rain, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

And Then It Started To Rain

A travel blog entry by rbdiorio

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... after making a sandwich and eating it in the van before hitting the road.  It took us about 3 hours to drive to Litchfield National Park and given that we no longer have any travel books to go by, we didn’t know what accommodation there would ...

Chasing Waterfalls, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Chasing Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by rbdiorio

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... We both noted here that the closer we get to civilization, the easier and nicer the hiking paths are!  The ones at Litchfield require very little effort, especially when compared with El Questro Gorge. We stopped for lunch at a cafe in the park, ...

Pine Creek, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Pine Creek

A travel blog entry by christine-colly

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The Adventures of the Amazing Octobus Begin..., Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

The Adventures of the Amazing Octobus Begin...

A travel blog entry by gascon

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... we get a lousy free muffin!  The tourist office staff was friendly and helpful as they suggested things to see at Litchfield National Park, our first stop on our road trip.  We stocked up on extremely expensive food and camping supplies at their ...

Broome To Darwin: Day 4, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Broome To Darwin: Day 4

A travel blog entry by travelnshit

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... WA types* Oh what? Come on, WA is still my favorite state, its just that the Territory has the best National Park. I know I know, its a controversial statement but Lichfield is more accessible than Karijini and the swimming holes are slightly warmer. ...

Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by keirle7

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We spent the last day of our trip at Litchfield National Park. It was a great end to the trip. We spent the whole day swimming in waterfalls and relaxing before heading back to Darwin in the ...

Litchfield - Where the fun happens, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield - Where the fun happens

A travel blog entry by gemma_doogal

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DAY 1 - We started the day at Jim Jim Billabong campsite in Kakadu National Park. We left early to set off for Litchfield, our next national park. On the way we stopped at a really tiny town called Pine Creek, where we hoped we could buy some more goon. ...

Lots of awesome waterfalls and pools, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Lots of awesome waterfalls and pools

A travel blog entry by steffen102

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Jumping into water pools and enjoying waterfalls On our way from our camp site at the Furgusson River to the Litchfield National Park we stopped at a huge termite mound, which was still original and not rebuilt by people like the one we had seen before. ...

Taking the plunge in Litchfield!, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Taking the plunge in Litchfield!

A travel blog entry by daveandnat

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Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by kevandhazel

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Today's program was a trip to Litchfield National Park about 180 km south of Darwin (so “just around the corner” in Australian terms). On the way there we got a first impression about how vast Australia is and how fast population density ...

Darwin to Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Darwin to Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by omluke

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... for lunch then also in Bachelor to have a look at Barry's pad.  We didn’t stay as he wasn’t home. At Litchfield we camped in the Florence Falls 4WD Camp Ground.  It was only a short walk to the creek – crystal clear and ...

Day 205-208 Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Day 205-208 Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by millersofoz

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... ;         Tues 23rd –Friday 26th June 2009 We set off early for Litchfield National Park, not stopping at Batchelor knowing that the popular campsite at Wangi Falls fills quickly. It’s Mum’s ...

Schwimmen unter Wasserfall/Natural Swimming Pools, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Schwimmen unter Wasserfall/Natural Swimming Pools

A travel blog entry by petra_karlaut

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... Person) und bleiben nur einen guten Halbtag, obwohl es toll waere den Park laenger zu geniessen, aber die Zeit draengt, Litchfield National Park Finally we get our Wicked-Campervan. 'Wicked' is the name of our rental company and wicked is also our ...

Termites - Alec's Project, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Termites - Alec's Project

A travel blog entry by atlarge

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... .  This is the information he has found out by looking on the internet and from the information panels in Litchfield National Park. We looked at the cathedral and magnetic termite hills. They were very big. The cathedral termite hills are bigger than ...

Termites and Waterfalls, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Termites and Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by heathermills

... .  It had been an enjoyable day, the scenery had been good but not as spectacular as some we had seen in Australia, but we were both looking forward to setting off the following morning to Darwin's other National Park, Kakadu, on a two day ...

Waterfalls, crocs and bushtucker, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Waterfalls, crocs and bushtucker

A travel blog entry by melsymo

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... (who ever said traveling was restful had not been to Australia!) as I was being picked up early for a day trip to Litchfield national park. A couple of hours outside Darwin we stopped by the Adelaide river for a relaxing boat cruise. well, a boat cruise ...

Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by hayleyford

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... no need for goodbyes yet. That evening we ordered five dollar pizzas and ate them together in the hostel. I enjoyed Litchfield National Park. There are fewer rock art drawings but the scenery was lovely. Before coming to the Northern Territory, I had ...

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