Litchfield National Park

Litchfield National Park lies approximately 130 km southwest of Darwin. It’s a vast area of protected nature, almost untouched by civilization. Much of this is due to the fact that’s pretty much worthless, in traditional commercial terms – trees are hollow and wood is considered of bad quality for exploring.

Right now it’s wet season here. It’s actually a great chance for travelling there – tourists are almost absent and the waterfalls look wonderful after days of rain.

Litchfield also has termite mounds – and man, they are huge.

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