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Litchfield National Park Camp Sites
Near Batchelor, 100 km south-west of Darwin, the Park is generally accessible all year (sealed roads) via Batchelor. In the dry season it is also possible to get to the Park via Cox Peninsula Road (which is unsealed)
An Environmental Education Campground at Litchfield National Park has been created by Parks and Wildlife to provide a stimulating and safe place for teachers to bring young students face to face with nature. Bookings are essential though.
There are many camping areas located throughout the Park, as well as picnic areas and bushwalking tracks. Some waterholes are safe to swim in.
Camping is available at Wangi Falls, Buley Rockhole and Florence Falls.
4WD camping areas (dry season only) at Tjaynera Falls (Sandy Creek), Surprise Creek Falls and downstream from Florence Falls.
Walk-in camping sites are available along Walker Creek (dry season only).
Most campgrounds are managed by 'Campground Services'. Camping fees apply. (A 'Park Fees' brochure is available for further details).
Accommodation and camping are available outside the Park at several commercial sites
NT Dept of Natural Resources, Environment