Explore stunning hiking trails of Litchfield National Park

Discover the diverse trails of Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory, offering hikes and walks for all skill levels and interests. Find your perfect adventure today.

Grade 3

Greenant Creek Walk (2.7km)

Waterfalls, Walks & Nature near Darwin, Northern Territory

A hidden gem just over an hour south of Darwin, Litchfield National Park offers a refreshing escape into the natural beauty of the Northern Territory. Explore waterfalls cascading into crystal-clear pools, unique magnetic termite mounds, and ancient sandstone formations.

Litchfield National Park is famous for its waterfalls. Take a dip in the plunge pool at Florence Falls, discover the serene beauty of Wangi Falls, or cool off under the cascading waters of Tolmer Falls. Many waterfalls are surrounded by walking tracks, allowing you to explore the lush surroundings.

Beyond the waterfalls, Litchfield offers a variety of landscapes to explore. Hike through monsoon vine forests teeming with wildlife, marvel at the towering magnetic termite mounds, or wander through the Lost City, a cluster of weathered sandstone pillars resembling a forgotten civilization.

Litchfield National Park holds deep cultural significance for the Koongurrukun, Mak Mak Marranunggu, Werat and Warray Aboriginal people. Their ancestral stories are woven into the landscape, and respecting their connection to the land is crucial.

The park caters to all types of adventurers. Hike along well-maintained walking tracks, suitable for a range of fitness levels. Explore the park’s off-road tracks with a four-wheel drive vehicle (restrictions apply).

Camping is the only accommodation available within the park, but cabins and caravan sites are located nearby. Litchfield National Park can be enjoyed on a day trip from Darwin, or for a more immersive experience, consider camping overnight.

Want to find the best trails in Litchfield National Park for a relaxing stroll or an adventurous hike? Trail Hiking Australia has the top trails for walking, hiking, and exploring the park’s natural wonders.