Go a little bit country, setting up camp or living it up in the colonial homestead to explore every inch of the fascinating Litchfield National Park.
Litchfield Tourist Park is a great base for your Litchfield adventure. Located in the heart of cattle country, the Upper Finniss River meanders through the property, cattle and horses roam freely over the back fence and native birds and wildlife make themselves at home. There are a range of accommodation options. Stay at The Homestead, ideal for large groups or families, to wake up to bird song in a private Stockman's or Drover's cabin. There's also individual bunkhouses or camping and caravan facilities.
Fill up with a hearty breakfast at the cafe-in-a-shed overlooking the lush gardens. For lunch, try 'one of the best Burgers in town' from your standard steak or mince burger to the more adventurous crocodile, buffalo or barramundi burgers. The cafe is open daily for breakfast and lunch from 8am to 4pm. An early 6pm dinner service is available 5 nights a week, between April and October.
Journey to Litchfield National Park and explore the magnetic termite mounds, Buley Rockholes, Florence Falls or four-wheel drive to the historic ruins of the Lost City. Swim under stunning spring-fed waterfalls that flow all year round or cool down after a long walk in crystal clear rockholes.