Litchfield National Park is a Must-Visit National Treasure
Full with dramatic landscapes, and ever arching waterfalls, this park attracts over 260,000 visitors per year.
Its area is approximately 1500 km2, located 100 km south-west of Darwin (about a 1 and a half hours drive).
Litchfield Park is home to many of the Northern Territory’s greatest natural wonders, including:
Clear, natural, spring-fed waterfalls, Tropical monsoon vine forests & Indigenous culture, bush food & medicine, and much of the top end’s abundant and diverse wildlife.
Our Tours include:
Jumping Crocodile - Crocodylus Park * Berry Springs Nature Reserve * Butterfly Farm and Animal Petting Zoo
Buley Rock Hole * Florence Falls Wangi Falls * Tolmer Falls * Cathedral and Magnetic Termite Mounds
Litchfield National Park
A trip to Darwin isn't complete until you have visited Litchfield National Park.
Experience and explore the grandeur of what this unique natural treasure has to offer.
Meet Your Guide
Hi, I'm Dan Thurling, your dedicated tour guide.
I have had the good fortune of transforming my passion for travelling and working with people into a job that I love.
I am incredibly privileged to have the chance to guide clients from all over the world on tours both locally and abroad.
Our Mission at Litchfield Park Adventures is to show you the beauty and wonder of this national treasure and create life long memories for years to come.
Let me create the perfect itinerary for you!
Hear from our Adventurers
“I would definitely recommend Dan from Litchfield Park Adventures, he is extremely knowledgeable, great people skills, and makes the day memorable. We had great tour.”
Les & Inna
“Dan knows a lot about a lot. Very Interesting. Waterfalls are amazing. Busy day and going to sleep well tonight. If you are looking for a good tour, go no further.”
“A great day out with a small intimate group. Our guide was the very energetic and knowledgeable. Loved the butterfly farm, waterfalls and beautiful swimming spots. Enjoyed the cultural element too. It's definitely a worthwhile trip."