Wangi Falls is the most well-known landmark located within Litchfield National Park.

Litchfield National Park is well renowned for its picturesque scenery, and the National Park’s accessibility. Wangi Falls can be accessed via a sealed road, located close by to the Western Boundary of the National Park, approximately 150km from Darwin. The surrounds of Wangi Falls provide stunning manicured lawns in the picnic area which visitors can enjoy whilst watching the two falls cascade over the rocks, into the large plunge pool below. If the weather permits, refresh yourself in the pool, surrounded by lushes’ native rainforest. There are several walking tracks in the surrounding area, including a three-kilometre track which takes you up over the falls and back to the car park. Currents in the pool can become rather strong, which makes swimming difficult, especially throughout the months of October-March. Wangi Falls certainly offer picturesque photo opportunities 365 days of the year, and a visit to the falls is highly recommended.