Florence Creek Walk
  • Length: 3.2km

  • Duration: 1.5hrs

  • Grade: 2

  • Style: Return

  • Start: Upstream picnic area

  • End: Upstream picnic area

  • Location: Litchfield National Park

  • Closest Town: Batchelor

  • Distance from CBD: 165km

  • State: NT

  • Latitude: -13.162901

  • Longitude: 130.683918

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Florence Creek Walk is a 3.2km, grade 2 Return hike located in Litchfield National Park Northern Territory. The hike should take approximately 1.5hrs to complete.

Summary

This walk follows Florence Creek between Florence Falls and Buley Rockhole.

Park your vehicle in one of the car parks at Florence Falls as parking is limited at Buley.

Getting there

Wangi Falls Road, Litchfield National Park, via, Batchelor, Northern Territory

About the region

Litchfield National Park

Litchfield National Park is a must see if you’re in the Top End.

It’s home to several stunning waterfalls that cascade into crystal clear pools, iconic magnetic termite mounds and clusters of weathered sandstone pillars at the Lost City.

Swimming under the falls and relaxing in waterholes is a favourite pastime for visitors and locals alike.

It is a popular day tour destination from Darwin or Katherine, but many visitors choose to stay overnight in one of the campgrounds.

Beautiful walks leave from most popular sites.

 


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