Litchfield National Park
Australia, Litchfield Municipality

Litchfield National Park is located near Batchelor, 120 km southwest of Darwin, in the Northern Territory of Australia.
Litchfield was declared a national park in 1986 and named after Frederick Henry Lichfield, who explored areas of the Northern Territory in 1864. The park covers an area of 1,500 square kilometers; about 260 thousand people visit it annually.
Lichfield National Park is famous for its stunning scenery: numerous waterfalls that cascade from a sandy plateau called the Tabletop Range, rain forests, mysterious termite mounds and much more. The park is also famous for historical sites.
Litchfield Park has many beautiful natural ponds, viewing platforms, walkways and picnic spots. Those who wish can even take a tent with them and stay in one of the campgrounds located throughout the park.

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