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A lovely scenic area on the outskirts of the Darwin-Palmerston urban conglomeration to the northwest, the Northern Territory’s Litchfield covers 2,900km and is bordered by the Van Diemen Gulf to the south and Adelaide River to the east. The Litchfield National Park isn’t one of Australia’s best-known attractions, but locals rate it more highly than many more iconic Top End hot spots, so don’t overlook its wonderful waterfalls, crystalline waters and unique sandstone pillars if you’re an Aussie tourist looking for a legendary location where you can really get back to nature.
If you want to really make the most of Litchfield, travelling under your own steam in a car offers the most freedom and flexibility. Litchfield car hire from Enjoy Travel is simple, with a nippy little model like a Toyota Yaris costing just A$46.92 to hire off-season, a compact Toyota Corolla costing just A$49.25 a day and a Nissan Qashqai SUV costing just A$74.64 a day. Hiring a car at Enjoytravel.com is completely stress-free ̶ enter your dates and details in our search engine and click through to terrific deals from a choice of reliable providers. When you want the freedom to explore Litchfield at its best, get behind the wheel with us!
Guide to Litchfield
The ancestral lands of the Djowei, Woolner and Larrakia Indigenous people, Litchfield adopted its modern moniker when European settlers passed through in 1864 ̶ Frederick Henry Litchfield was an early European explorer in the Northern Territory. It benefitted from the construction of the Overland Telegraph Line in the 1880s and post-WWI expansion accelerated in the 1970s. The beautiful Litchfield National Park is now the main attraction to many.
Things to do in Litchfield
The National Park here is one of Australia’s hidden gem and you can relax and unwind all the way in this modern day garden of eden. There are swimming holes, waterfalls, and vine forests here aplenty where you can splash around and enjoy the fresh air and cathartic birdsong, with cabins, caravans and campsites ready for you to spend an evening to remember./p>
What to eat in Litchfield
You won’t be stuck for tasty treats in Litchfield, with fantastic chicken and mango filo parcels from Lichfield Café, rolls, burgers and light bites at Wangi Falls Café and much more besides.
Transport in Litchfield
There is a limited bus service that operates during business hours but travelling by car is the only realistic way of getting around conveniently. Darwin Airport (DRW) is the nearest major airport to Litchfield.
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