Camping and accommodation in Litchfield National Park
Where you can camp and what you can and can't do while camping.
Litchfield National Park is a popular day tour destination from Darwin or Katherine.
Stay on marked roads and tracks.
Many visitors choose to stay overnight in one of the campgrounds. There are designated campgrounds at:
- Central Valley
- Florence Falls
- Walker Creek
- Wangi Falls
- Surprise Creek Falls - 4WD access
- Tjaynera Falls (Sandy Creek Falls) - 4WD access
Each campground has a category rating.
In Litchfield there are 3 category ratings, A, B and D. There is also a category B campground for education groups.
Read camping category ratings for fees that apply to the campground you are staying in.
Book and pay online
You must book and pay online for designated campsites and some multi-day walking trails. Do this before you go.
You can't pay at the park.
Find out more about how to use parks booking system.
If you are ready, book now.
What to do when camping
When camping you must:
- boil all water before consuming
- take your rubbish with you as bins are not provided
- collect fallen timber for firewood from the main Litchfield Park Road
- keep fires in the designated fire pits
- be 50m away from water ways when washing up or bathing with soaps or detergents
- nets, traps and firearms are not permitted, follow all fishing laws.
You can't bring pets, generators or fireworks into the park.
Last updated: 01 March 2022
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