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Litchfield National Park Day Tour from Darwin
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Litchfield National Park Day Tour from Darwin

By AAT Kings
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Explore the natural beauty of Litchfield National Park on a full-day tour from Darwin. After a hassle-free drive from the city, take in a landscape with monsoon forests, cascading waterfalls, ancient rock formations, and massive termite pillars. Swim in natural swimming holes near the waterfalls and learn about Aboriginal legends of this land. Includes lunch at the Litchfield Cafe, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
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Ages 0-99, max of 50 per group
Duration: 11h
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Live guide: English
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Highlights
  • Skip the hassle of driving and cover a lot of ground with ease
  • Go to Florence Falls, Wangi Falls, and other popular spots
  • Discover the scenic beauty of the Tabletop Range
  • Includes buffet lunch, and round-trip transportation from select hotels

  • Lunch
  • Driver/guide
  • Live commentary on board
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • National Park fees
What's not included
  • Gratuities
  • Food and drinks, unless specified


Departure details
  • Traveler pickup is offered.
  • Hotel pick-ups commence prior to the tour start time. Please refer to your voucher for your hotel pick-up time or call the operator. You will be collected from the hotel you have selected in the drop down list. If you wish to change your pick-up location, you must call the operator at least 24 hrs prior to travel. If your hotel does not appear on the dropdown list, the operator does not pick-up from your hotel. Please phone the operator to arrange an alternate pick-up time and location.
  • Hotel pickup is offered. View the hotel list on our checkout page to see if yours is included among the pickup points.

  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Infants must sit on laps
If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 2230D22L

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
  • Please bring sun protection, insect repellent, water bottle, swim wear and towel
  • Please note: during the wet season your itinerary may differ slightly
  • Most travelers can participate
  • During the booking process you will be required to choose your hotel pick-up details. If your hotel does not appear in the drop down list the supplier does not pick-up from your hotel and you will be required to contact the supplier to arrange a suitable alternative
  • Guests that require a wheelchair are welcome on our tours providing they are accompanied by an able-bodied companion and do not require special assistance from the supplier to embark and disembark the vehicle. Wheelchairs will be stored under the vehicle whilst in transit. If travelling with a wheelchair, you must contact the supplier at least 72hrs prior to departure to ensure your wheelchair can be accommodated.
  • If travelling with an infant that requires a stroller, you must contact the supplier at least 72hrs prior to departure to ensure the can be accommodated.
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 50 travelers

  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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How much is Litchfield National Park Day Tour from Darwin?
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Itinerary
  • You'll get picked up
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  • 1
    Florence Falls
    Stop: 60 minutes
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  • 2
    Tolmer Falls
    Stop: 30 minutes
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  • 3
    Wangi Falls
    Stop: 60 minutes
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  • 4
    Magnetic Termite Mounds
    Stop: 20 minutes
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  • 5
    Howard Springs Nature Park
    Stop: 30 minutes
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  • You'll return to the starting point
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#36 of 107 Outdoor Activities in Darwin
  • jennifergB514ZC
    jennifergB514ZC
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    Very Good
    The Adelaide River Memorial is a must. As an Australian, it was so impactful to see how many lost their lives in the bombings of Darwin. I say bombings because Darwin was bombed over 60 times, spanning nearly 2 years. The Katherine Gorge cruise was fantastic, our guide was a local Aboriginal man who was very knowledgeable. The lunch was a really good buffet. We were a bit unlucky as our bus broke down at Adelaide River meaning we didn't get to see Pine Creek as we had to wait for a replacement bus.
  • H5152PVrobertd
    H5152PVrobertd
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    Long, but exciting day
    This is a wonderful tour to Kakadu National Park, but a long day. We had a very early start at 6:15 a.m. I saw an albino buffalo at our morning tea stop at Corroboree Park Tavern. Our first stop in Kakadu was Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) to see the aboriginal rock art. After visiting the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre we had lunch, followed by a cruise on the Yellow Water Billabong (Ngurrungurrud jba). It is home to many saltwater crocodiles. We saw lots of birds along the billabong, including a White-bellied Sea Eagle couple. As we left the National Park, we made a comfort stop at the park entrance.
  • tokclare
    tokclare
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    A Journey of Cultural Richness and Rustic Charm in Kakadu
    My two-day foray into the heart of Kakadu National Park was a profound cultural immersion, enriched by the natural splendor of the landscape and the wisdom of its traditional custodians. The tour was a blend of the ancient and the present, offering insights and experiences that resonated deeply with the spirit of this ancient land. Our exploration began with a serene cruise up the Yellow River Billabong, a tableau of biodiversity, where the sounds of a multitude of birds harmonized with the rustling of plants and the occasional splash of crocodiles. This gentle introduction to Kakadu's ecosystem set a peaceful tone for the journey ahead. The ancient Aboriginal rock art at Nourlangie Rock and Ubirr was a window into a past that felt both distant and immediate. The walks to these sacred sites were comfortable, with thoughtful paths laid out for easy access, and optional extensions for those desiring a more vigorous exploration to additional lookouts. Day two presented the highlight of the tour—the Guluyambi Cultural Cruise. Guided by local Aboriginal men, this experience was not just a tour but an invitation into the living heart of their culture. As we navigated the East Alligator River, the presence of crocodiles added a primal edge to the narrative. My guide, Hilton, provided an invaluable perspective on his people's culture, hunting techniques, and language, culminating in the rare honor of setting foot on East Arnhem Land. The culinary experience at Cooinda Lodge on the first day was a delight, with a buffet lunch offering a spread befitting the grandeur of the surroundings. However, the overnight stay at the Mercure Kakadu sharply contrasted this indulgence. Despite its iconic status, the hotel was disappointingly lackluster, with rooms that whispered of neglect—dusty, aged, and less than welcoming. The worn mattress and shapeless pillows spoke of a need for urgent refurbishment. The second day's lunch at the Mercure, while not poor, paled in comparison to the previous day's feast and could benefit from a touch of the inspiration that marked our first meal. Anthony, our coach driver and guide, was a wellspring of knowledge, mindful of our comfort and well-being. The coach itself was an oasis of comfort, ensuring we remained hydrated and relaxed throughout our travels. In summary, the tour was a poignant reminder of the enduring beauty of Kakadu's cultural and natural heritage, slightly blemished by the accommodation experience. For the enriching cultural encounters, breathtaking landscapes, and thoughtful guidance, I would rate this tour a 4 out of 5. The Mercure Kakadu's offering, however, needs immediate attention to meet the standard of what was otherwise a remarkable journey.
  • tokclare
    tokclare
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    Darwin's Delights & Disappointments: A Tale of Two Halves
    My excursion into the heart of Darwin offered a compelling glimpse into the city's rich history and natural beauty, yet was marred by an unexpected turn of events. The day began with promise under the guidance of Anthony, a tour guide whose depth of knowledge about Darwin's sites proved as expansive as the cityscape itself. The tour's itinerary was thoughtfully curated, with the first half including visits to the Aviation Museum, the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, and the Botanical Gardens. The Aviation Museum's centerpiece, a massive B52 bomber, was nothing short of awe-inspiring. Equally impactful was the exhibit on Cyclone Tracy, which provided an eye-opening account of the event that reshaped Darwin's landscape and spirit. As we journeyed through Darwin, Anthony's commentary enriched the sights, intertwining the visual experience with historical context and making the drive through the city an enlightening aspect of the tour itself. The bus, our vessel for the day's adventure, was comfortable, and there was an ample supply of water—a much-appreciated detail that ensured hydration throughout the tour. However, anticipation turned to disappointment when the second half of our tour, the eagerly awaited Jumping Croc experience, was canceled due to mechanical issues. This unforeseen glitch undoubtedly cast a shadow over what was shaping up to be a memorable day. An additional concern was the size of the bus seatbelts. They were on the smaller side, which posed a discomfort for me, an oversight in inclusivity that could easily be remedied to ensure all passengers' safety and comfort. Despite the setback with the crocodile tour, the first half of the day shone brightly, thanks to the insightful commentary and the variety of interesting sites. Yet, it's impossible to overlook the loss of what could have been the thrilling climax to our Darwin discovery. In weighing the entirety of the experience, I would rate this tour a 3 out of 5. The tour provided a well-rounded introduction to Darwin's historical and natural wonders, but the cancellation and the issue with the seatbelts were significant drawbacks. With improvements in these areas, the tour has the potential to deliver an outstanding full-day experience for future explorers.
  • Flyer61251869676
    Flyer61251869676
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    Fantastic experience
    We had a wonderful day. The coach was very comfortable. Katherine Gorge was absolutely stunning. The tour guide/ bus driver Libby was amazing, she was knowledgeable and very entertaining. Highly recommend this tour. (The Calvin Klein girls)
  • David S
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    the gorge
    amazing . just amazing . great divers . funny and informative . great boat captain on the gorge . huge knowledge about the geology and history . very proud and very funny. great all round day . highly recommended
  • barrywT2578MI
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    Great views
    Optional flight worth every cent. Great commentary. Nice and careful driver. Excellent lunch. Comfortable coach.
  • Explorer03938101484
    Explorer03938101484
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    Tiwi islands experience
    Have always wanted to visit Tiwi islands especially after watching a movie called top end wedding I fell in love with the island and just knew I had to go visit on arrival we met our tour guide romolo who from the very start was welcoming and made sure we got the most out of our time on the island and was very informative on not just the island but the cultural side of things as well the only downside of the day was having to leave the island but rest assured I intend to book this tour again when I return in 2 years time thank you romolo for a wonderful day was a highlight of my trip and one I will never forget
  • I7947DSadamk
    I7947DSadamk
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    Incorrect itinerary lead to arriving home 1.5 hours late.
    The tour itinerary was totally different from the one that was sent via email. The tour guide repeated herself multiple times throughout the day about the process. But did not mention once how it was different from the one sent via email. 1 bus picked us up from our hotel and dropped us at another hotel. Then we had to get on another bus. This wasn’t mentioned and added 30 minutes into the trip. Instead of heading home after all the things were finished on the itinerary the bus driver went out to Jimbaru to pick up staff to bring them back and then pick up people from a plane ride. This wasn’t in the emailed itinerary and added an hour to the trip. I raised this with the bus driver in the afternoon and she was incredibly rude. She said I’m just a bus driver raise it with AAT kings. I said I will thanks for letting me know. Then she kept talking for 5 minutes trying to justify us being home 1.5 hours late. I ordered a bus tour, not a public bus that picks up everyone at AAT Kings choosing. We left at 6am and did not get back to 8pm. So I was stuck in the bus for an extra 1.5 hours. Please don’t waste peoples time. Who wants to get back at 8:30pm when in the email it said 7pm.
  • Lyn S
    Lyn S
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    An excellent Tiwi Island experience with guide Freddie.
    This was an enlightening snd informative introduction to Tiwi Island culture and history. Huide Freddie was excellent. He shared his broad knowledge of Tiwi Islands culture and history. Driver John was helpful and friendly. A great day thank you.
  • 673cazs
    673cazs
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    Bucket list item ticked
    Great day ...long round trip but totally worth it ...stops along the way to break it up Our driver Mel was amazing and gave us a full commentary that was very educational...the gorge cruse was a bucket list item ticked ..was very hot but they kept reminding us to drink water all day Lunch before the cruise was great ..highly recomend
  • angelapW8012TN
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    Kakadu trip from Darwin.
    A great trip. Very long drive but coach was very comfortable and cool. Croc cruise was awesome. Libby was our driver 5 star. Fab day.
  • soniapP747LA
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    Kakadu 2 days at least a must - flight well worth it.
    Glad we went for two days. One would have been a lot of travel time, sitting on a coach for not enough time there. The optional flight was our highlight, it allowed us to see so much more & all the colours of the park - the burns, the dry, the wetlands, the rivers & amazing stones. The first day cruise was good & the guide was informative. I strongly recommend you take your own snacks and eat at the very first stop as there is nothing offered on day 1 other than lunch. ( Which is substantial). The Mecure Crocodile Hotel was a very welcome break. The pool was very refreshing after a long, hot day. The rooms are basic but fine for one night. We shared with our teenage soon & it was fine, The restaurant food was surprisingly very good both at dinner & breakfast. Top quality and fairly expensive but delicious. The second day in a smaller 4wd mini bus was far better with much more time off the bus seeing the rock art and scenery. Guide was great. Food was simple and not a lot of it. Again, I recommend taking your own snacks to supplement. Trip back is 3.5 hours, arriving back into Darwin about 7.30 pm.
  • paulawA5609GC
    paulawA5609GC
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    Disappointing
    Tried to book online on Sunday for following day tour (only date available whilst I was in Darwin) Never heard back at any time from AAT Kings to left booking request. On the off chance could get tour ticket at the jetty went at 7am - not possible.
  • traciel2023
    traciel2023
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    Highly Recommended Tour
    Had a fabulous day! Would highly recommend this tour. The guide Michael was very entertaining and knowledgeable and the places we visited, were spectacular. Thank you AAT Kings Tour company!
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Karen
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Pick up was on time at our hotel. Shane was a great driver - a local who knows the area and can speak to the places we visited. Swim stop was great - have a dip it’s worth it. All the stops were great. Yes some of the places were expensive for a snack but it is remote NT! Thoroughly enjoyed. Lunch stop was cold meats and salad. Tea, coffee and water included. They only take cash for extra drinks (soft drink, alcohol). The coach was great - so comfortable, a/c, USB ports for charging if you needed it (I felt sorry for people we saw on mini buses along the way!). Pretty cruisy day but you also get a lot packed in. Highly recommend.
Written June 13, 2021
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AATKings_Sales_Team
Dear gkrkz_2000, Thanks for your review and it sounds like you had an awesome day exploring Litchfield National Park with us. We will be sure to pass along your amazing feedback to Shane, and thanks for taking the time to provide us with your comments as our guides really enjoy bringing the destination to life. Thanks, The Team at AAT Kings
Written June 21, 2021
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Don Bull
Adelaide, Australia8 contributions
We chose ATT Kings ‘Litchfield National Park Waterfalls’ one day tour and thoroughly recommend it.
It covers a lot of territory and is very good value at $192 pp. This includes a healthy lunch at Wangi Falls.
Highlights include visiting the huge Magnetic Termite Mounds, two swimming opportunities at Florence Falls and Wangi Falls - we both swam in these beautiful and refreshing plunge pools. The easy walk back to or from Florence Falls is along the gorgeous Shady Creek Track.
Also, a visit to a lookout over the immense Tolmer Falls and on the way back to Darwin we stopped at Howard Springs and fed the turtles and barramundi.
One of the main reasons for this being such a successful experience for us was the quality of our guide and driver for the day, Prem. His manner was very friendly, courteous and thoughtful. At all times his commentary was concise, clear and very informative. He made sure that we were given very clear instructions as to directions for walks and the times we needed to return to our coach. This ensured that the day went very smoothly and we were on time for all the stops we needed to make in this busy tour.
We were picked up at 7:15am and dropped back at 5:30pm.
Big thanks to Prem for a great day out in Litchfield.
Written July 30, 2022
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Russell M
10 contributions
Sep 2020
The highlights were the three waterfalls we visited. Even at the end of the dry season they still had water cascading into beautiful pools. Being able to swim in two of them was very refreshing and a welcome break from the heat. Marietta our driver/guide did a wonderful job keeping us well informed. The termite mounds were very interesting and seeing huge barramundi being fed a good finish to the day.
Written September 17, 2020
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Hi Russell M, We are thrilled to hear you enjoyed Litchfield National Park! The waterfalls are definitely an iconic part of the Top End. It's great to see you enjoyed our informative driver Mariet and we will be sure to pass on your lovely comment. We hope to see you again in the Top End! From everyone here at AAT Kings. Happy travels.
Written September 21, 2020
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Aidan W
3 contributions
Oct 2022
An amazing experience, feeding gigantic baramundi, a tour through the Indigenous centre & the iconic castle were all good. The highlights was swimming at Florence falls (beautiful shady waterhole backed onto two waterfalls) & viewing the breathtaking Tolmer and Wangi falls. The latter two were closed for swimming temporarily. Still well worth the visit to see these beautiful oasis's.

Only reason for not getting a 5 was the our rude guide.

Shortly after sending my drone up, keeping it away from the path and out of the way of the viewing platform (to not disrupt other visitors photos) he asked around if anyone had a gun and went on to claim that this was just people too lazy to walk down from the parking lot.
Noticing I (10 meters away) had the controller in my hand, he walked up and claimed that drones were not allowed to be flown in this park (not true). I informed him I had a permit to fly the drone from the Parks and wildlife department.
Immediately backpedding and beginning to walk away he said well don't be be flying over people (which I wasn't) and don't be photographing us (despite the drone camera facing the other way).

Pretty disappointing (and a little amusing) to see how he handled that interaction and having such a swollen head, that he thinks anyone wants to film him instead of the majestic Tolmer falls.

But an overall incredible tour and a must see.
Would recommend
Written November 5, 2022
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Steve H
South Australia, Australia81 contributions
Sep 2021
A wonderful day out viewing amazing termite mounds and then on to 3 separate waterfalls, the first being Florence Falls, well worth the walk down the steps to view.
(you can swim there too ) and then take the walking trail for a scenic walk back to the bus. Next stop was Tolmer Falls, this one is for viewing only, a bit underwhelming as there was not much water flowing. We then stopped at Wangi Falls, again you can swim here or just take in the amazing view. Our lunch stop was very nice with a good array of cold meats, salads etc and you can get a beer or a wine if you want.
We then headed back to Darwin, stopping at the Howard Springs Nature Park to view Barramundi being hand fed.
A highly recommended tour, the only issue we had was as the tour bus picks you up so early we had no breakfast as we got told there would be a morning stop in Batchelor where you can buy something for breakfast. The place we did stop at did not offer anything other than cake at $3 a slice or biscuits and coffee/tea at $4 a cup and you had to make it yourself! Not sure of why we would stop at such a run down place when we passed a road house in Batchelor that would of had something more substantial to eat. So if you ask your hotel the night before they will provide you with a breakfast box that you can pick up before getting on the bus.
Written October 3, 2021
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AATKings_Sales_Team
Hello Steve H, Thanks very much for your detailed review, and it sounds like you had an awesome time exploring Litchfield with AAT Kings. We will feedback all of your comments to our Senior Management Team and thanks for taking the time to share. We hope you enjoyed the rest of your time in the Top End, and thanks for choosing to travel with AAT Kings. Thanks, The Team at AAT Kings
Written October 4, 2021
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Clare T
Sydney, Australia9 contributions
My recent visit to Litchfield National Park, although awe-inspiring, was a true testament to the ruggedness required to navigate the natural challenges presented by such a wild and untamed environment. Led by Cam, an exceptional guide brimming with knowledge about the park's diverse sites, the tour was an educational journey through some of the most picturesque landscapes Darwin has to offer.

However, accessibility to some of the park's treasures, like the swimming hole at Florence Falls, proved difficult for me. The descent involved a daunting 65 stairs, a journey that my knees simply wouldn't allow. This unfortunately meant missing out on what I anticipated to be a refreshing reprieve from the day's oppressive heat.

The tour continued to Wangi Falls, another stunning location promising a cooling dip. Yet, the extreme temperatures and humidity took their toll on my well-being, leaving me feeling too ill from the heat to even manage the short walk to the water's edge. The weather, unforgiving in its intensity, was of course no fault of the tour company, but it did underscore the importance of preparing for the physical demands and climatic conditions of the park.

The bus, our main mode of transport, offered comfort, though the internal temperature was kept low in an attempt to help guests acclimatize—a decision that was less comforting and more challenging to endure. This, coupled with the underwhelming lunch experience at Litchfield Cafe, where the basic salad buffet left much to be desired both in substance and setting, painted a stark contrast to the natural splendor we were there to enjoy.

Nonetheless, the day was not without its high points. Cam's initiative to feed the barramundi at Howard Springs Nature Park was a delightful surprise, a unique encounter that I will remember fondly. It was these moments of wonder that shone through and reminded me of the intrinsic value of exploring places like Litchfield National Park.

In reflection, future visitors with mobility concerns may benefit from a more detailed understanding of the physical requirements for each site. As for the tour operators, there's an opportunity to enhance the experience by ensuring the comfort and well-being of guests in all aspects, including transport, food, and hydration—especially under the extreme weather conditions that are characteristic of this beautiful yet demanding landscape.
Written November 1, 2023
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Emma T
1 contribution
May 2022
On May 12 we were driven by the very entertaining Shane, who gave us a very informative commentary. He was particularly caring with the several quite elderly passengers, advising them about limitations on walks, etc.
One lady became quite overcome from the heat and breathing difficulty, and Shane very kindly escorted her back to the bus.
I was devastated to find I had left my phone in the toilet block at Tolmer Falls when we arrived for lunch at Wangi Falls. Shane drove me back to Tolmer Falls , arranged for lunch to be kept for me, and missed out on his own lunch .
Thankfully, my phone was still where I left it!!
Such a wonderful experience of kindness out in that remote and awe inspiring landscape. Thank you Shane!!!!!!
Written May 17, 2022
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Soula G
Sydney, Australia48 contributions
Sep 2022 • Couples
Thoroughly enjoyed the tour to Lichfield. Pickup was on time, commentry by Prem and Cam was informative. There are lots of comfort stops along the way so all good there. Buffet salad and fresh fruit for lunch was very welcome, fresh and plentiful. A good hat is a must as some parts of the walking doesn't have shade. Swimming in the rock pools is a welcome relief from the heat, so take your swimmers. Rocks around the pools can be slippery- good idea to take your reef shoes.
Written September 15, 2022
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Shirley P
Melbourne, Australia16 contributions
Apr 2023
A full day of touring was made enjoyable by our knowledgeable guide Rox. Her knowledge, love and passion for the area shone through her commentary, she handled the huge bus full of tourists with ease. I would recommend this trip to anyone wanting an amazing day of sightseeing, walking and swimming topped off by a delicious lunch.
Written May 2, 2023
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Michelle T
1 contribution
Apr 2021 • Couples
Our tour guide Troy was fantastic. He gave a great commentry along the way and educated us after our beautiful swim at Florence Falls on our walk back to the bus. Troy's driving was exceptional and he was very friendly and very helpful and accommodating. Would recommend this tour to anybody with Troy!

Enjoyed our lunch very much fresh and tasty. Mango cheesecake is delicious!
Written April 24, 2021
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AATKings_Sales_Team
Dear A7723IAmichellet, It sounds like you had an awesome time visiting Litchfield National Park and glad you enjoyed swimming at Florence Falls! Thanks for your amazing feedback about Troy and we will make sure we pass this on to him. Thanks for the tip on the Mango cheesecake and it sounded delicious! Hopefully, see you soon on another AAT Kings tour. Thanks, The Team at AAT Kings
Written April 26, 2021
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