Camping and park map. All of the above swimming holes have campgrounds.
Litchfield is 120klm from Darwin Park access during tropical summer. Camping Areas at Litchfield National Park (2 campsites) Surprise Creek Falls Camping Area - Campground on the Daly River Road near Surprise Creek Water Falls more.... Wangi Falls Camping Area - One of the most popular places to visit in Litchfield National Park, and the most easily accessible. Kakadu National Park is open all year round. Buley Rockhole in Litchfield National Park in Northern Territory Australia,there are tours to Litchfield and selfdrive to Litchfield from Darwin ... camping is available with toilet facilities only and camping fees will apply. Go four-wheel driving in Kakadu National Park, swim in waterfall pools at Litchfield National Park, explore the remote Arnhem Land with an indigenous guide, cruise the waters of Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge), and discover plenty of wildlife. Accommodation at Litchfield National Park. If you have your own caravan, the only campsite permitted to use is … Families, couples, campers, caravanners, backpackers and flashpackers - we have a range of accommodation options to suit your style and budget at Litchfield Tourist Park located close by to the natioanl park. Litchfield Safari Camp is located just outside the western entry to the National Park, 5km from Wangi Falls.We are the closest camp to all the attractions in the park – the perfect base for touring the park and its attractions at any time of the year. Walk-in camping sites are available along Walker Creek. Litchfield National Park is an excellent day trip destination from Darwin. Dogs are allowed on the south end of the beach. Dozens of campsites are situated in wooded and open settings at Lake Waramaug Campground. Please clean up after your pet. This is one of six campgrounds located within the Litchfield National Park. Daily Fees $3 per person (resident and non-resident) Children 3 and under are admitted free with a paying adult Punch Passes Living in the city limits of Litchfield Park qualifies an individual for resident rates. Revenue from park passes only covers 7% of Kakadu’s running costs. Non powered caravan camping sites are only available at Wangi Falls. Florence Falls at Litchfield National Park is a great place to swim in refreshing waterfall water. Wangi Falls Camping and Campgrounds Litchfield National Park in Northern Territory Australia,there are tours to Litchfield and selfdrive to Litchfield.
4WD camping areas (dry season only) are at Tjaynera Falls (Sandy Creek), Surprise Creek Falls and downstream from Florence Falls. Camping in Kakadu National Park: ... At present, camping fees of (Since 2010 the fee has been) $10 per adult per night (GST inclusive) per adult per night are payable on site to the manager of the camping area or at the Bowali Visitor Centre. Litchfield […] Come for a day trip from Darwin or Katherine and for even more adventurous stay overnight and camp to explore the beauty of all 1500 square kilometres.