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1 Day Litchfield Tour $169

Operates: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday (April) / Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday (May – October) / Wednesday and Friday (November – March)

Departs: 7:30am

Returns: 6:30pm

Adults: $169

Children: $120 (6 – 12 years)

Please note: we do not carry children under 6 years of age on this tour.

  • National park entry fees
  • Friendly & informative guide
  • Transport on a comfortable air-conditioned mini-coach
  • Pickups/dropoffs Darwin City
Location Address Time
Darwin FreeSpirit Resort 901 Stuart Hwy Deviney Rd Holtze 8:00am
Double Tree by Hilton Hotel 116 The Esplanade Darwin 7:35am
H On Mitchell Hotel Apartment 105 Mitchell St Darwin 7:35am
H On Smith 81 Smith St, Darwin 7:30am
Hilton Darwin 32 Mitchell St Darwin 7:35am
Mantra on the Esplanade 88 Esplanade Darwin 7:40am
Mantra Pandanas 43 Knuckey St, Darwin 7:30am
Mindil Beach Casino Resort Casino Dr the Gardens Darwin 7:20am
Novotel Darwin CBD 100 Esplanade Darwin 7:40am
Oaks Elan 31 Woods Street, Darwin 7:40am
The Cavenagh Hotel 12 Cavenagh St, Darwin 7:30am
Tourist Precinct Mini Bus Zone 39 Mitchell Street Darwin 7:35am
Travelodge Resort Darwin 64 Cavenagh St Darwin 7:30am
Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront 7 Kitchener Dr Darwin 7:45am

Jumping Crocodile Cruise

Be amazed by the size and might of the saltwater crocodile on the Jumping Crocodile Cruise. This boat cruise along the Adelaide River offers the opportunity to view numerous bird and wildlife species with a local wildlife guide. But the highlight is witnessing the huge crocodiles hurl themselves out of the water for a tasty piece of buffalo meat.

$50 per adult

$35 per child

1 Day Litchfield Tour $169

1 Day Litchfield National Park Tour from Darwin Itinerary

Discover the beauty and abundance of wildlife in Northern Australia with our Litchfield Day Tour. Throughout the day you’ll get to explore a whole host of different landscapes, from dense bush to low valleys, and incredible swimming spots, all whilst learning about the history and culture of Litchfield National Park. Our itinerary is jam-packed full of outdoor adventures and there’s plenty of wildlife encounters to be had.

We start the day by heading to the Adelaide River, where you’ll have the option to get up close and personal with saltwater crocodiles on a Jumping Crocodile Cruise. Cruise around observing the local crocs in their natural habitat and be amazed at their strength and size when they jump out of the water for a meaty snack. Alternatively, we’ll head to the Fogg Dam Conservation Centre where we can view a range of native wildlife that call the wetlands home. After making the most of this once-in-a-lifetime photo opportunity we’ll dive straight into the beautiful scenery of the Litchfield National Park.

On the way, we’ll stop to check out the fascinating Cathedral Termite Mounds. These incredible feats of nature are unique to Northern Australia, and the termites that reside in them are some of the longest living insects on the entire planet. Seeing the 100-year-old structures with your own eyes is a mesmerising experience, and our local guide will impart knowledge and histories of these weird and wonderful creatures. The mighty towers provide a cool home for termites and great photo opportunities for us!

Once we’ve arrived in Litchfield, you’ll have the chance to cool off at one of the area’s famous plunge pools, Buley Rockhole or Wangi Falls, the perfect place to catch your breath and chill out with new-found friends. Enveloped by the lush green canopy of tall trees, you can splash around at the base of the waterfall and soak up the natural scenery.

From there we’ll take a picturesque stroll through the jaw-dropping landscapes of Litchfield, past soaring cliff-faces, alongside green-carpeted valleys, and to the incredible lookout point over Tolmer Falls or Florence Falls. To get there, we’ll take a short bushwalk set against the soundtrack of chirping, colourful birds.

After a jam-packed day filled with lush landscapes and a whole host of Australian Wildlife, we’ll head back to Darwin before the sun sets.

Due to the unpredictable nature of the Top End, the tour itinerary is flexible and may not be exactly as described here. Your guide will take into account a range of factors including weather conditions, water levels and road access to plan a tour that will offer you the best experience in the area. However, some locations may be inaccessible when you travel due to circumstances beyond our control.

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