Litchfield National Park Tour
Litchfield National Park is a must-visit national treasure, boasting some of Australia’s most stunning natural beauty. From its popular attractions to its major waterfalls, the park offers an unforgettable experience for all who visit. Aboriginal people have been custodians of this land since time immemorial, and Litchfield National Park Tours provide visitors with a unique opportunity to explore the historic landscape in a respectful way. Visitors can take part in guided walks and learn about the behaviors of the wildlife from certified wildlife handlers.
The park’s most popular attractions include the cascading waterfalls of Florence, Tolmer, and Wangi. Visitors can also take a refreshing dip in the natural plunge pools, located around several of these waterfalls. Litchfield Park Adventures is an excellent way to explore this stunning national park, offering guided tours that will take you to some of the most picturesque destinations within the park.
A visit to Litchfield National Park is sure to provide visitors with a memorable experience. With its pristine nature, cascading waterfalls, and Aboriginal heritage, this natural wonder is a must-see destination for all who visit Australia.
National Park Waterfalls
Experience the natural wonder of Litchfield National Park, a breathtaking location that was established in 1986. Embark on a journey to witness nature’s raw power with thundering waterfalls, lush rainforest pockets, and awe-inspiring historic sacred sites. The park is home to hundreds of native bird species and a rich range of woodland flora. The park is under the watchful eye of the Wagait people, who have been its trusted guardians for generations and still reside in its breathtaking surroundings.
Individuals who are 16 years or older are allowed entry, although those who are 16-17 years old must be accompanied by an adult who is 18 years or older.
For certain tours, there is a minimum age requirement and children must be accompanied by an adult who is 18 years or older.
At Florence Falls, visitors can observe the double falls from a high viewpoint and then proceed to swim in the plunge pool. Experience the stunning beauty of the bush and monsoon vine forest with a guided walk that will leave you breathless! Tolmer Falls is an area where rare ghost and orange horseshoe bats can be found, making it a great spot for photography. Stop for lunch at the Litchfield Cafe. Dive into the biggest and baddest plunge pool in the region at Wangi Falls! This refreshing oasis is perfect for visitors seeking an unforgettable swim. Visitors to Howard Springs Nature Park have the opportunity to feed barramundi and turtles.
The Magnetic Termite Mounds are created by termites in the local area and stand upright, resembling magnetic compasses. They are a popular spot for taking photos. Included Meals: Lunch Kindly be informed that this itinerary is subject to possible modifications. The prices may change depending on the date of departure.
- Experienced Driver Guide
- Comprehensive commentary
- Transportation is provided in a coach with air conditioning.
What to Bring
- The necessary items for sun protection include sunglasses, sunscreen, and a hat.
- This water bottle has a capacity of one liter.
- It is advisable to wear warm layers during cooler months.
- Swimmers and a towel are required for swimming.
- • Enclosed walking shoes
- Wangi Falls can be accessed with ease, requiring only a low level of fitness, as visitors can complete a brief 5-minute walk through a rainforest.
- To reach Tolmer Falls, visitors should be prepared for a moderate level of fitness, as there is a 15-minute walk each way that may include a steep incline.
- To reach the Florence Falls Plunge Pool, visitors must traverse a path that requires a moderate level of physical fitness. This involves descending a 160-step staircase to reach the swimming area. However, if swimming is not desired, there is also a viewing platform at the top of the falls.
To ensure a smooth departure, please be aware of the following booking terms. All bookings must be made at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled trip departure time. Payments must be made in full at the time of booking and no refunds are available for cancellations within 24 hours of the tour’s commencement. In addition to this, any changes to the booking must be communicated in writing via email no later than 24 hours prior to your trip departure. For further clarification on our cancellation terms, please see our website. Thank you for your understanding.
At the Litchfield Cafe, visitors have the opportunity to enjoy a delicious lunch while taking in the views of the surrounding countryside. The menu includes vegetarian and gluten-free options, allowing guests with dietary requirements to be accommodated. However, it is advised that individuals who have food allergies or special dietary needs inform their tour guide prior to departure.
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