Litchfield National Park

Litchfield National Park Tour will serve as a base for your adventure. Explore hidden gems of wildlife, such as stunning waterfalls and swimming holes. Follow winding trails through rainforests and past rock formations to viewpoints. Litchfield offers you access to a variety of natural wonders.

Litchfield National Park

The Majestic Trio

Wangi Falls

Wangi Falls in Litchfield National Park is a stunning attraction with a double-tiered waterfall that flows into a plunge pool. Visitors can swim in the clear waters and enjoy the surrounding cliffs and rainforests. Adventurous individuals can also hike up the falls for panoramic views of the landscapes.

Florence Falls

Florence Falls is located within the lush wilderness and is a natural wonder that offers a leisurely swim in crystal-clear waters. Nearby walking trails provide scenic views of the surrounding escarpments, making it an excellent spot for photography and creating lasting memories.

Tolmer Falls

Tolmer Falls is a must-visit for those looking for an awe-inspiring experience. The 92-meter waterfall plunges into a deep plunge pool surrounded by cliffs and lush greenery. Enjoy the tranquillity of the area and admire the untouched beauty of nature. Swimming is prohibited at Tolmer Falls, but the viewing platform provides an excellent chance to witness this natural spectacle.

Popular natural attractions 

Tabletop Track

The Tabletop Track is a 39-kilometre circuit in Litchfield National Park. It takes you through diverse landscapes and offers a unique perspective of natural wonders. You'll trek through rainforests, woodland, and escarpments. You'll see waterfalls, swimming holes, and viewpoints along the way. The Tabletop Track is an excellent option for enthusiastic hikers looking for a more extended adventure in Litchfield National Park.

Walker Creek

Walker Creek in Litchfield National Park is a remote and beautiful location. The three-and-a-half kilometre return walk along the creek is graded as moderate and takes about two hours to complete. Don't forget to bring your swimming gear, as you can swim in the creek near the picnic area or at the shared camping and swimming hole at the end of the walk.

Litchfield National Park Tour

Lost City

The Lost City in Litchfield National Park features sandstone formations that resemble an ancient city. You can explore this geological marvel and walk among the towering pillars and rock formations. The site offers a surreal experience and is fantastic for photographers and adventure enthusiasts.