A day of waterfalls, swimming and 4WDing.




As mentioned previously, during our visit parts of Arnhem Land were closed off, so our tour was slightly modified.


But it wasn't all bad news, it meant that we were able to explore a little of Litchfield National Park, which is known for its spectacular waterfalls and swimming holes.

First up was Florence Falls which is a spring-fed double waterfall which cascades down into a swimming hole. It was quite a sight and a great introduction to what Litchfield had to offer.




Tolmer Falls was huge and cascades over two high escarpments into a deep plunge pool below. Explorer Frederick Henry Litchfield named the falls after his late father's colleague in the South Australian Police, Alexander Tolmer.

Buley Rockhole was great, we loved it here. Wlalek adlongg the and yes, we were surprised!! This beautiful plunge pool is hidden in the forest, a short walk from the carpark. The last section required us to clamber along the rock ledge, but as you turn the corner at the end you are greeted with this large deep pool ... and we were the only ones there!here!ere!re!e!re!there!here!ere!re!e!

Reynolds River 4WD track is a 44km 4WD track which can be rough in sections, but the changing landscapes make this well worth the effort.

One of the day's highlights was a visit to Surprise Creek Falls and yes, we were surprised!! This beautiful plunge pool is hidden in the forest, a short walk from the carpark. The last section required us to clamber along the rocks, but as you turn the corner at the end you are greeted with this large deep pool ... and we were the only ones there!

Lastly we ended the day with a visit to the Adelaide River Inn for dinner with some of our fellow travelers.



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