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All reviews dry season swimming hole car park closed due day trip plunge pool camping ground beautiful swimming free wifi fruit bats beat the crowds wheelchair access great spot grassed area rock face last stop great picnic
We were visiting the park on a day trip from Darwin. It is easy to see why these falls are rated so highly and so very popular. Easily accessable, easy parking and great picnic areas. A must to any one visiting Litchfield National Park.
Day trip from Darwin did Adelaide Jumping Crocs reroute and had a fantastic pool side picnic and refreshing swim in the pool and ventured over to the even more refreshing waterfalls
Wangi Falls or one of the others, plus a stop at the monstrous termite...More
Nice rainforest walk. The swimming pool at the bottom was crowded, it was school holidays though. Couple of short walks available but the bottom pool is easily accessible. Freshies live here though. Saw bats and water monitors roaming around. The water fall is small (dry...More
We arrived here on a 38 degree day and wow what a magical afternoon we had swimming at the base of an ancient waterfall. It was a quick walk from the car park down the path to the waterfall. A must do experience for all...More
We did a 1 day trip from Darwin and visited a number of the pools (including walking to Florence Falls). This is probably one of the most accessible pools being very close to the carpark and flat to access. Despite this it didn't seem too...More
There are many falls in Litchfield to chose from but on a Sunday the choice comes down to the spot where there is likely to be less visitors. The Wangi Falls are a little further to visit if coming from Darwin via Batchelor but it...More
We are here in the dry season, and the falls was beautiful. It is easy to see where to flow is in the wet. Lots of swimmers. We took the treetop short walk and saw bats! It is not short walk and even small children...More