1. Territory Wildlife Park

Territory Wildlife Park, The Peninsula Way
Any child is easily satisfied if you take them to this park just 45 minutes out of Darwin. This park gets you up close and personal with local animals that are entirely different to what you'd expect at your local zoo back at home. Special events occur during the school holidays so keep an eye out. Admission fee applies.


2. Take a swim at Buley Rockhole and grab an ice-cream with the kids and don't forget to pack a picnic for the kids!

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Photo: Buley Rockhole, Litchfield National Park
A series of small waterfalls and rockholes that provide the perfect site to simply cool off and relax.


3. Mount Bundy Station

Mt Bundy pool

Photo: Mount Bundy Station, Adelaide River
Mount Bundy Station offers a range of accommodation for families and school groups. Wildlife, farm animals, fishing, bushwalking, swimming and photography are just a part of the experience. Only one hour from Darwin and 40 minutes from Litchfield National Park.

4. Looking for somewhere to stay the night?
Bush camping is available through Litchfield or check out one of the local Caravan Parks!


Photo: Litchfield Tourist Park, Litchfield National Park
Bush camping is available at Florence Falls, Tjaynera Falls / Sandy Creek, Surprise Creek Falls, Wangi Falls and Walker Creek.
To book accommodation at a local caravan park click here

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