Litchfield National Park- Wangai, Tolmer, Florence Falls, Buley Rock Hole
Cathedral and Magnetic Termite Mount
Batchelor Butterfly and Animal Petting Farm
From 0700 to 1730
Includes snacks, lunch, floating gear & pick up & drop off
Pick up from accommodation begins from 0700 AM. As you depart Darwin your Guide will continue to provide
commentary about local tourist attractions and historical points of interest. You will then arrive at Batchelor Butterfly Farm to learn more about our brilliant Australian butterflies and experience the wonderful Animal Petting zoo. The children especially will enjoy feeding goats, chickens, ducks, rabbits pigs, donkeys and cows.
As we continue your adventures, we wind our way to Litchfield National Park where you get the chance to swim and cool off in blissful spring-fed waterfalls, join in a guided walk in the tropical monsoon vine forests and experience nature in its finest form. Take the opportunity to engage in learning and experience about ancient First Nation bush food and medicine, passed down from their ancestors for thousands of years. Admire natural sandstone formed landscape and the unique birds and wildlife in their natural habitat. A specialized guided walking tour taking you to the rocky bottom of Florence Falls via Shady Creek or Wangi Falls. All the while you led by an experienced and qualified local guide.
You can choose to do a self-guided walk from Buley Rock Hole to Florence Falls approx. 20 mins or walk down the 135 steps to the plunge pool of Florence Falls.
At Wangi Falls you have many options:
Choose to walk to the top of the falls and watch the water streaming down over sandstone cliffs, or choose to cool off into the large plunge pool, or relax in the picnic area and watch the amazing waterflows between two falls cascade over the rock escarpments, grab a cool drink or an ice-cream from the Wangai Cafe.
A delicious lunch served at Tolmer Falls, follow the trail and head down to the top of the lookout to observe the spectacular view of 102 plunge waterfalls or walk around the top of the falls through an ancient cycad forest.