Litchfield National Park

Litchfield National Park was created in 1986, it is named after Frederick Henry Litchfield. Litchfield National Park covers a 150 000 hectares in the Northern Territory of Australia. Litchfield National Park is renowned for spectacular waterfalls, safe swimming holes at Florence, Wangari falls and rugged landscapes

Off the beaten track, you can 4WD to the weathered sandstone domes of The Lost City or the historic Blythe Homestead Ruins, also the site on an old tin and copper mine. Further on down the Reynolds track visit Tjaynera (Sandy Creek), where a cycad bordered walk winds through the valley to the plunge pool.

After Tjaynera (Sandy Creek) there are Magnetic termite mounds, if you are crossing the Reynolds river you will need a snorkel on your vehicle as the river can be very deep. The last falls on the Reynolds track is Surprise Creek Falls with 2 plunge pools and great fauna and bird life.