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Greenant Creek

Take a shady walk upstream to the Tjaetaba Falls lookout

Greenant Creek is a walking track to the top of the Tjaetaba Falls in Litchfield National Park.

The walk is a 2.7km return track that starts at the picnic area near the carpark.

Swimming is not allowed at the base of the falls due to cultural reasons. The top of the falls is not monitored and swimming is not recommended.

There are picnic tables and toilets close to the carpark.

Camping is not allowed.

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Greenant Creek

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Walks

Greenant Creek

Length of the walk
Distance 2.7km return
Time 1.5 hours
Grade Grade 3 - moderate, steep in sections

Start at the bridge across Greenant Creek.

This shady walk follows the creek upstream, climbs steeply up to Tjaetaba Falls Lookout then up to a tiny pool above the falls where you can swim.

The plunge pool and the area downstream of the falls is a sacred site, so you should not swim there.

Address
Litchfleld National Park, Litchfield Park Road, Batchelor
Contact
08 8999 3947
Safety information

Prepare and stay safe in parks and reserves. Check forecast temperatures before you visit.

Facilities
  • Public toilets
Activities
  • Walking
  • Picnic
  • No swimming

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Last updated: 23 February 2022

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