For just $15.40/night for our family of x5 we were very impressed with the Florence Falls Campground in Litchfield National Park. Spacious camping spots and great amenities (including a family shower room).
We set up camp and went for a quick walk to the Plunge Pool to cool off. It was beautiful swimming by the dual falls. We spent most of our time entertained by the fish. They were swimming around undeterred by us in the water.
We decided to head to the other end of the national park and work our way back to camp so we'd get most of the driving done early. We drove out to the amazing Wangi Falls. We walked the loop around the falls (1.5kms) and I must admit we were a little disappointed that at no point do you get to see the view of the waterfalls.
*Our little tip- Do the walk starting from the end. There's a small waterfall along the walk not far from the finish. This was the best part of the walk.
After Wangi falls we went #4wd to the Blyth Homestead and then off to the Tjaynera Falls (Sandy Falls). We hiked 3.4kms with the kiddies who did a fantastic job. (These kids really are becoming quite the hikers). This was a fantastic spot for a swim and we loved that it was less crowded.
Our last day in Litchfield was our #ABSOLUTEFAVOURITE...
We spent ALL morning at Buley Rockhole.
We spent hours taking in turns jumping in the deep rockpools! We enjoyed a picnic lunch followed by more swimming then off for some #4x4 adventures in #TheLostCity. These rock formations were amazing but it really was too HOT to explore them in the middle of the afternoon.
We arrived back at camp for a bit of 'chillout' time before heading back down to #FlorenceFalls for another swim before tea!
We loved every bit of the Litchfield National Park #onedayweshouldGOBACK #NTaustralia #dotheNT
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