Florence Falls is a double-plunge waterfall leading to a popular swimming hole. A short distance away is the Buley Rockhole, where visitors will find a long series of cascading plunge pools, perfect for bathing in. A number of other spectacular falls can also be visited, including Wangi Falls, Tolmer Falls and Tjaetaba Falls.
Litchfield National Park offers a wide range of walking tracks, but it is strongly recommended that overnight walks are registered with the Overnight Walker Registration Scheme. Walkers must camp in designated campgrounds and do their utmost not to damage the flora and fauna of the Park.
Magnetic Termite Mounds are built by termites and are amazing architectural feats complete with arches, tunnels, chimneys, insulation and nursery chambers. The mounds are aligned north to south to minimise the exposure to the heat of the sun. You will experience seeing numerous Termite mounds are found all over the Northern Territory, but Litchfield National Park and especially the formal viewing boardwalk and platform is a perfect place to see these imposing structures.
This post is part of Kim's Water World Wednesday meme,
and also part of Susan's Outdoor Wednesday meme,
and also part of Nature Footsteps Waters meme.