Richfield National Park is really fun. The scenery here is very beautiful and the waterfalls are very magnificent. Australians can really play. They start to play in the stream. It's very interesting. In addition, there is also a famous big ant nest, a tall column standing on the ground, in fact, are termite nests, very magical.
The Richfield National Park in the outskirts of Darwin is one of Australia's largest national parks. It has a magnificent view, beautiful Florence Falls, dense virgin forests and amazing ant caves. Everything is so primitive. Hiking is really a kind of jungle exploration, absolutely under the guidance of professional guides to hike, the scenery is really quite gorgeous.
It's beautiful, primitive and shocking, but it's a pity that the stay time is too short.
Thick tropical rainforests, waterfalls and cool water Tans scattered among them, and strange termite nests as high as hills, as hard as cement, more than a hundred years old. Whether it's a short day trip, or even a few days of camping, you'll have something new to discover. If you join a one-day group, remember to change your bathing suit and put on a towel. It's basically a swimming group.
You need a shuttle. The chartered car can find me, beichencat.
A beautiful place consisting of a towering and lush rainforest botanical garden, a magnificent waterfall that stretches thousands of miles and a huge mysterious Cathedral termite Mounds. Hundreds of termite mounds, up to two metres high, are scattered in the open space, which is also a unique attraction in northern Australia and Ledgefield National Park. The shape and arrangement of each mound of termites can maximize the avoidance of sunshine and ensure that the interior of the mound is cool enough. There are more than a dozen waterfall pools in this park, but only three of them are swimmable at present. All the other pools are swimmable. There are crocodiles, swimming under the waterfall, pools, blue sky, white clouds, fresh air, accompanied by a few small fish, very comfortable and quiet.
Litchfield National Park is a local favorite, just 90 minutes'drive from Darwin. You can try a relaxed one-day tour, explore all kinds of natural swimming pools and waterfalls, and don't forget to look at the magical termite mounds more than two meters high, which will impress you.
Richfield National Park is a sandstone cliff area formed by years of elegance.
The scenery is very good. You can go from Darwin, but you can't feel like Kakadu. You can choose between short-term tours.