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Litchfield National Park

Litchfield National Park

Litchfield National Park is right at our front door. Get ready for a real adventure and connect with the beautiful nature at Litchfield National Park.
Discover amazing waterfalls and waterholes, bushwalks, four-wheel drive tracks, birds and wildlife.
The Park was originally the home of the Wagait people.The Finniss exploration was the first European connection within the area and a member of that expedition, Frederick Henry Litchfield, has been remembered in the National Park's name.
For almost 75 years until 1955, the area was subject to tin and copper mining and then fell under pastoral leases until the Park became a reality. This 143 square kilometre area was scarcely known until it was proclaimed a national park in 1986.

  • Florence Falls
  • Buley Rockholes
  • Tolmer Falls
  • Wangi Falls
  • Lost City
  • Sandy Creek
  • NT AIR
  • Sharp Aviation

Litchfield National Park

Kakadu National Park

Kakadu National Park

This huge park of exceptional beauty extends from the wild, sandstone escarpments of Arnhem Land in the east, to the mangrove-rich, tidal fiats of Van Dieman Gulf in the north, and south almost to Katherine Gorge. Three major rivers flow through Kakadu, encompassing almost the entire drainage basin of the huge South Alligator River.
Visitors are drawn by the park's incredibly rich assortment of flora and fauna - 900 plant species, 300 kinds of birds, 75 reptiles (including the giant, dangerous saltwater crocodile), 50 native mammals and a lot more.
Moreover the area boasts the longest continuous surviving human culture in the world. Aborigines have lived in Kakadu for at least 25,000 years (perhaps as long as 50,000 years), making the park one of the few World Heritage sites to be listed for both natural and cultural reasons.

  • Ubirr Rock Galleries
  • Nourlangie Rock
  • Twin Falls

Kakadu National Park

Batchelor

Batchelor Things to Do

Our beloved "CITY" Batchelor - with a population of 507 (2016), situated 98 kilometres south of Darwin, just off the Stuart Highway (Explorer's Way). Batchelor is the town where you can find the Darwin Parachute Club, with it's friendly Instructors and the possibility to do Tandem Jumps. The Darwin Parachute Club is affiliated with the Australian Parachute Federation. Everything you can't find in our store, you might get at the Batchelor General Store, where Judy and Malcolm McGinn will be glad to help you. Problems with your car? A flat tire? Whatever problems you got, they'll fix it at the Batchelor Service Center. While in Batchelor, drop into the Coomalie Cultural Centre and peruse its presentation of indigenous arts and crafts from the Top End and Central Australia. More interesting Information about Batchelor you will find at the Coomalie Community Government Council .

  • History
  • Museum
  • Butterfly Farm

Batchelor Things To Do

Katherine

Kathrine NT Things to Do

Katherine is located 340 km south of Darwin on the Stuart Highway. It's a modern town with a population of around 6,000. Katherine has all the facilities for the traveller and boasts numerous natural attractions and a diverse history.
The majestic Katherine River flows through the centre of the town and is accessible at a number of different locations. These include the Low Level Nature reserve, Katherine Hot Springs, under the high level bridge and at Knott's Crossing. A cycle path runs 9 kilometres between Low Level Nature Reserve and Knotts Crossing. This provides an ideal way to sightsee and exercise at the same time. The river provides an ideal opportunity for other pursuits including fishing, bird watching, swimming and canoeing.

  • History
  • Knotts Crossing
  • The Low Level
  • Hot Springs
  • Nitmiluk Katherine Gorge
  • Nitmiluk National Park
  • Edith Falls
  • Cutta Cutta Caves Nature Park

Kathrine National Park

Darwin

Darwin Things To Do

The influence of a varity of cultures makes Darwin a food-lovers paradise. Is it, Thai, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Malay, Indonesian, Chinese, Japanese, Middle Eastern or modern Australian cuisines, you can get it right here.
Not to forget the area's traditional owners, the Larrakia Aboriginal people!

  • Harbour
  • Markets

Darwin Things to Do

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