Travel Blogs from Litchfield National Park, Australia

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The Beautiful Swimming Hole, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

The Beautiful Swimming Hole

A travel blog entry by jimbo.maddy

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We headed into the National Park and was firstly greeted by the massive city of magnetic termite mounds that can reach 2 metres in height.  These termite mounds are both fire and water proof.  Dead termites are stored in the top of the mounds ...

Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by odonnellwa16

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... day: Today we picked up a really small 4 door car but it was much quieter and faster than the van. We went to Litchfield National Park and our first walk was 1.4km to Florence falls. I like Florence falls because it had a big water fall that my brother ...

Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by sammyjodes

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7/5/2015 – 11/5/2015 5 nights Litchfield Tourist Park (Stay 5 pay 4 $35 p/n) Headed off around 11am and drove just over an hour to our next destination. Let's just say the owners of this park didn’t quite have the same charm and customer ...

A little bit of Litchfield, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

A little bit of Litchfield

A travel blog entry by marie.channer

... big road trip. We were also waiting for Steve to check the car over and order the required parts. We drove to Litchfield National Park stopping briefly at the Jumping Crocodile cruise; which had a 2 hour wait before the next cruise; we'd be back! ...

Top End - Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Top End - Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by mactracks

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I have always wanted to visit Litchfield National Park, and was so happy to finally be there. The place is full of huge waterfalls, beautiful waterholes where you can swim in crystal clear water, and there are loads of walks throughout the park. The first ...

Day 29, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Day 29

A travel blog entry by millarfamily

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Day 29 July 28 Today we explored the rest of Litchfield National park. We attempted to drive into Tjaynera falls/Sandy Creek but struck a very long water crossing of unknown depth and crocodile warning signs so we just turned around and went back to the ...

Litchfield nationalpark, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield nationalpark

A travel blog entry by jennimolin

LITCHFIELD NATIONALPARK! En heldag i vattenhålens paradis. Magnetic Termite Mounds var stora stenar i olika former som bildats genom skiftningen Wet och dry season. Egentligen var stenarna torkad lera och annan skit tror jag. I Buley rockhole kunde vi ...

Day 28, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Day 28

A travel blog entry by millarfamily

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Day 28 July 27 We drove for under two hours today which was nice for a change. We set up camp at Wangi Falls in Litchfield National Park. I think we were lucky to get a spot as it is a long weekend in Darwin (Darwin show) and the whole park is very busy. ...

Swim anyone?, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Swim anyone?

A travel blog entry by deleenheer

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We move on from the lovely Edith Falls to Litchfield National Park. The "cool" burns are becoming more frequent and the air is smoky and feels humid. Litchfield was one of our favourite places on our last trip 15 years ago. We remember lots of swimming ...

It is said if you go here, you don't need Kakadu, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

It is said if you go here, you don't need Kakadu

A travel blog entry by john_rutherford

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Jason told us how good Litchfield was so we made it part of our trip.The tourist information was very helpful as our first port of call and then went to our our accommodation. Wendy certainly wasn't impressed at first view of our bunkhouse, but it really ...

Ugh what a start!, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Ugh what a start!

A travel blog entry by bee.hive

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... it did turn up (it had snuck into the lining of the toiletries bag) we then refuelled at Woolies and headed for Litchfield National Park for a few days. There were a few attempts to set up camp at Florence Falls and Wangi Falls but they were all packed ...

A little piece of heaven., Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

A little piece of heaven.

A travel blog entry by hortonsholiday

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... in a few days time.  We arrived at the Wangi Campground and were lucky enough to get the last caravan site. Litchfield National Park is 1500 sq km and is full of stunning waterfalls which are created by the sandstone plateau of the Tabletop ...

Litchfield NP, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield NP

A travel blog entry by thekays

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26/7/13 - 1/8/13 Litchfield National Park - Berry Springs - Howard Springs - Douglas Springs -Mataranka & Bitter Springs Great to be back on the road with extras this time; Nik's sister Tashi her partner Glenn, their boys Noah & Jem, Chrissy her ...

Territory Wildlife Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Territory Wildlife Park

A travel blog entry by avions

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Today's excursion was to the Territory Wildlife Park. You travel around on a little bus train that takes you around the park where you can hop on and off as you like and go exploring.... Our 1st driver was quite comical as the 12 of us lined up to jump ...

Wangi Falls, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Wangi Falls

A travel blog entry by mackays

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Well whilst we could have stayed more days in Darwin it was time to move on. Our next stop was Litchfield National Park, which was only a lazy 100 km from Darwin. That's really a hop, step and jump these days. Our aim was to get to the furthest part of ...

Oh, not so nice, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Oh, not so nice

A travel blog entry by mackays

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... just to keep them off you. Hmmm, how quickly we can turn when not comfortable. But there was still much to see in Litchfield National Park and so we were off to see what this park holds. Our first point of call was Blyth Homestead, which was a 5km ...

Litchfield National Park, NT, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield National Park, NT

A travel blog entry by dabus2015

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... Springs for a swim before setting up camp 60 south of Darwin at Manton River Rest area. Tuesday, we headed out to Litchfield National Park for a couple of days. Saw beautiful falls and plunge pools. Did heaps of walks, stayed one night at Wangi Falls ...

Kununurra-Litchfield-Douglas Daly River Region, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Kununurra-Litchfield-Douglas Daly River Region

A travel blog entry by sommer-days

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... , if we have enough time. The next morning, Monday (which was a Public Holiday in NT), we had planned to drive to Litchfield National Park, but on the way took a detour to the Douglas Daley River area.  We passed Fenton Airfield which was used by the ...

... its been over a week since you updated ur mlog, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

... its been over a week since you updated ur mlog

A travel blog entry by zobles

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... year older!) So last week involved turning 32 , Young Evangelist camp at a place called Woolaning.. (Its a community school in Litchfield national park. Pretty cool place. All the kids were on holidays though so it felt a little like a ghost town) and ...

Not So Natural Disaster, litchfield national park, Australia travel blog

Not So Natural Disaster

A travel blog entry by naterysinski

WOW Tourists!!!! It looks like once upon a time this park was a flourishing paradise, but the beaten down paths and overflowing parking didn't seem to do it any justice. We got to see some cool lakes right at the edge of huge cliffs, but I really felt ...

Woolangani Christian School, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Woolangani Christian School

A travel blog entry by bladesblurb

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Arrived at Woolangani on Monday 15th July.  Spent 2 1/2 weeks building an extension to the large storage shed, putting power on the sheds, then refitting, cleaning and painting plus redoing all the electrics to a house not far from the school. The ...

Walks, Falls and Cascades, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Walks, Falls and Cascades

A travel blog entry by crbadrock

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... the rough track looking for the sign to the carpark. We both loved The Cascades and voted it one of the better places in the park. Part of the walk took us from the bottom of the cascades over rocks around beautiful pools to the top where we were rewarded ...

Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by ella93

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... tranken ein paar Bier. Wir entspannten uns eine Zeit lang im Wasser und übernachteten dann auf einem Campground im Litchfield National Park. Am nächsten Morgen gingen wir weiter auf Erkundungstour durch den National Park. Als erstes fuhren wir zu den ...

Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by leslip

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De cascades en cascades ...

Wangi Falls, Litchfield NP, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Wangi Falls, Litchfield NP

A travel blog entry by adventure2014

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... night, these are provided in many of the parks and really worth going to. This one told us a bit more about Litchfield in particular, the yellow flowered trees are linked by the local aboriginal people to the estuarine crocodile and it's breeding. The ...

Itchfield NP, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Itchfield NP

A travel blog entry by kirsten_darren

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... was driving me crazy! Before leaving we visited Wangi Falls, the Cascades were we also had a quick dip, Tolmer Falls and the Magnetic Termite Mounds. Deciding not to visit at least half a dozen other waterfalls! Next stop Douglas Hot Springs National ...

Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by noosanomads22

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Many people say "Litchfied-do" and "Kaka-don't" well we have to disagree. Both are as spectacular as the other, with lots of hidden gems and nothing but scrub in between. Approximately 100kms from where we are staying to our first stop, The Magnetic ...

Leitchfield to Darwin, Litchfield  National Park, Australia travel blog

Leitchfield to Darwin

A travel blog entry by richsue1973

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... for 2 nights. Drove into the city,, thought we could get a spot at the showgrounds but no camping there. We rang the Discovery Park Winnellie, we could get in there Friday night, but not Thursday. We ended up getting a spot at Free Spirit Park 18kms ...

Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by thebluebunyip

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... to be away from the crowds and heat. Each night that it wasn't a total fire ban (wierd in winter!)  we enjoyed cooking marshmallows around the campfire. Found our second visit to Litchfield very enjoyable despite it being alot busier this time ...

Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by pamela.emery

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... we still have a few months of travelling to do yet. Andrew and I shared a lovely evening with the Whitelaws while at Litchfield National Park that ended in us having this huge barney (over nothing significant) as we were preparing for bed. I was so angry ...

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