Travel Blogs from Litchfield National Park, Australia

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Litchfield vs Karijini!, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield vs Karijini!

A travel blog entry by thecronins

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4 – 5 July Litchfield National Park AHH! What a lovely National Park! This place is up there with Karijini, for sure. We stayed at Wangi (pronounced Wong-guy) Falls campground.  We arrived mid afternoon following a very long and winding road ...

Litchfield NP, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield NP

A travel blog entry by paulontheroad

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... in Catherine gorge; Edith Falls and not really having the time to do a 5 day trip I opted for a day tour of Litchfield then a 3 day Kakadu trip. I joined the same Litchfield trip as my friend Aimee and being only about an hour outside of Darwin we were ...

#23 wangi falls, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

#23 wangi falls

A travel blog entry by hindmarsh

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Day 12 - From Kakadu to Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Day 12 - From Kakadu to Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by jessibelli

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Diesen morgen ging es zum Wasserfall Creek. Der Aufstieg war bei der Hitze mal wieder eine Herausforderung, doch wieder mal nicht umsonst. Oben angekommen, konnten wir in den vielzähligen Wasserlöschern schwimmen und entdeckten zudem noch eine Schlange ...

Crystal Clear Swimming Holes & Pleasant Bushwalks, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Crystal Clear Swimming Holes & Pleasant Bushwalks

A travel blog entry by 1didwedid

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We had 4 days in the park and there was so much to do, visiting all the waterfalls with a swim at each one!  We've had more swims in the last 2 weeks than in the last 20 years!  There was no favourite place, they were all unique.  Some, ...

Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by andreas.sophie

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After leaving Kununurra, we did a quick stop in Katherine to refill the fridge and headed toward the Litchfield National Park. We wanted to start by the south entrance of the park which is 4WD only but we missed it and realized it too far so we kept going ...

Magnetic Termite Mounds, Lost City, Florence Falls, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Magnetic Termite Mounds, Lost City, Florence Falls

A travel blog entry by dtpearce

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Happy Birthday Tammy! The kids did some cards for Tammy in the morning, she got nothing from me :( , I haven't had a chance to get her anything. We did some clothes washing (I did) and then headed out to the magnetic termite mounds and then headed out to ...

Waterfalls and Flying Foxes, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Waterfalls and Flying Foxes

A travel blog entry by neil_mel

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... were joining us was to do a 10 day road trip covering the route from Darwin to Alice Springs.  First up was Litchfield National Park.   After picking up our massive car in Darwin, we hit the road for our overnight stop at Mt Bundy Station ...

Litchfield - Termites and Waterfalls, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield - Termites and Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by ben_and_may

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... waterfalls. In fact the worst element of it was the guidebook's cringeworthy comment when comparing it to Kakadu national park, that whilst locals sat 'Litchfield do, Kaka-do’, the writers say ‘Litchfield-do, Kakadu-too’. Ouch. The ...

Litchfield will be remembered!, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield will be remembered!

A travel blog entry by trishnbrian

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... the water is always moving.  We managed to find a spot to ourselves in a small pool with swirling water pouring over the rocks, pleasantly cool and very refreshing.  There was a beautiful sunset at the Litchfield Caravan Park on our last night. ...

Waterfalls and waterholes, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Waterfalls and waterholes

A travel blog entry by harrisosangtrip

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... Falls and relawed. * A book ** a warm rock pool Florian's Corner The same day we visited the Military Museum we hit Litchfield National park with not the best of turns.  When Gough had climbed down the 4 wheel drive track with Margaret on his back ...

Termite mounds and waterfalls, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Termite mounds and waterfalls

A travel blog entry by fra_roz

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... Tolmer Falls and the Tabletop Swamp. We had a swim everywhere it was possible! ----------- Au depart, je voulais aller a Litchfield National Park quand mes parents etaient ici, apres Kakadu National Park. Mais nous n'avons pas eu assez de temps pour ...

Day 46 - Saturday, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Day 46 - Saturday

A travel blog entry by ajnbee

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... time after retiring form work at Rum Jungle Uranium Mine, he set out building a beautiful castle to remind him of home. Litchfield National Park, covering approximately 1500 km2, is near the township of Batchelor, 100 km south-west of Darwin, in the ...

In which we see some tropical sights, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

In which we see some tropical sights

A travel blog entry by mrw

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... -for-$16.50 buffet including absolutely superb "Barra & chips". A short drive (150km) next day got us to Litchfield National Park where spent 2 nights & tree days camped at Wangi falls where we left the mobile mansion & drove to all ...

Litchfield National park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield National park

A travel blog entry by believer83

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Lever plutôt dur après la terrible nuit en boite. Je suis parti directement pour le parc national de Litchfield. Durant les 2 heures de trajet, une légère atmosphère de fin se faisait déjà sentir, et le moral n'était pas au top. Nick a diffusé ...

Termites and waterfalls, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Termites and waterfalls

A travel blog entry by oldwombat

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The first of our all-day tours was to Litchfield National Park. One of the park's features are the very large termite mounds, some of which were at least twice our height and we spent some time walking among them and taking photos. The other main ...

Florence Falls Campground, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Florence Falls Campground

A travel blog entry by dtpearce

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... , the kids did the climb ok and were rewarded with some really nice views and the pools were great. After that it was a beeline for Litchfield National Park. The drive up there was uneventful and we found a great campsite in the Florence Falls Campground. ...

Coomalie River to Wangi Falls, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Coomalie River to Wangi Falls

A travel blog entry by kayoz

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... because there were no showers here. Then we headed off on the road. Today we are planning to get a look at a bit of Lychfield National Park. I did about 2 hours of homework this morning before we headed off so I was pretty proud. When we were on the road ...

Brilliant Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Brilliant Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by kimberley61

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... clear you could see fish swimming in the pools .We also went to see Tolmer falls and the cascades both were very nice Litchfield was quite brilliant and we really enjoyed our time here .we are back to Katherine tomorrow then off to the Kimberleys ...

Viele Tiere, Wasserfälle und Mücken!!!, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Viele Tiere, Wasserfälle und Mücken!!!

A travel blog entry by noragermano-weg

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Am nächsten Tag ging es dann weiter in den Litchfild National Park. Wunderschön!!! Leider nur unglaublich viele Mücken. Hier sind wir zwei Nächte geblieben und haben sogar Fledermäuse gesehen :-) Hier hatten wir zum ersten Mal zu wenig Sprit im Tank ...

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

Darwin to Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by jokondraciuk

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... in remote areas. This home was eventually sold by the second owners to the Territory Government to become part of Litchfield National Park in 1985. Standing before the home, you can appreciate the tough conditions faced by the pioneers in remote areas. ...

Day 14 - Bushfires, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Day 14 - Bushfires

A travel blog entry by jonandsam

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... relaxing and planning our next move whilst Paul serviced the van, bought and fitted parts and then we set off towards Litchfield National Park in the early afternoon. The van is running so smoothly we can hardly believe its the same one! We stopped at ...

Cool pools and waterfalls., Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Cool pools and waterfalls.

A travel blog entry by karliengossross

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... and a Deckchair cinema. (this is a great idea to see a movie in the outdoors!) Now we on our way to Litchfield National Park one of those wonderful Australian surprises! We first found termite heaps built in a special way so that the termite will have ...

Apr 04, 2012, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Apr 04, 2012

A travel blog entry by jeast

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Exploring Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Exploring Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by borg

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Today we set out early for a day trip into Litchfield National Park. After entering the Park we drove 10 km on a 4wd track to the Lost City which is a series of rock formations that look like an ancient ruins. We had fun climbing on different shaped ...

Litchfield National Park, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Litchfield National Park

A travel blog entry by kenthoi

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... unfortunately for Bec our new guide she was no where near what Greg has provided. We started the trip with Litchfield National Park. The last time I visited Litchfield it was in the middle of the wet season and the waterfalls were roaring everywhere. ...

Nature at its best - the Rockholes, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Nature at its best - the Rockholes

A travel blog entry by islandtraveller

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... safely sat on the stairs with just my feet in the water.We visited to termite mounds and magnetic termite mounds in the National Park. The magnetic termite mounds are built by the termites south to north (thus being called magnetic). This keeps the ...

Spectacular Falls, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Spectacular Falls

A travel blog entry by mottfamily

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... that much fun with all the other children in the park and with the organised activities.   Today we head into Litchfield National Park which in our opinions is not as rugged as Kakadu and is more beautified for the tourists with its decking, ...

Freshwater swimming in Litchfield, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

Freshwater swimming in Litchfield

A travel blog entry by ablo

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... up to wallabies hopping around the campsite. Quick get up and go to make the most of the time today in Litchfield National Park. First stop Magnetic termite mounds, a field of mounds all facing north-south to optimise shade. These particular termites are ...

We can swim!  Yay!, Litchfield National Park, Australia travel blog

We can swim! Yay!

A travel blog entry by mrs_arkey

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... quite as much).  Termites are insects that look a bit like ants, but which like to eat wood.  The termites in Litchfield National Park build homes called mounds, and they are clever enough to work out how to face the mounds away from the sun so ...

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