Rest after a full day of hiking the arduous Jatbula Trail, lazing about in rock pools and rapids above the falls, fed by a permanently flowing creek.
Biddlecombe Cascades are one of many beautiful swimming and sightseeing locations along the Jatbula Trail in Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge). The one way long distance walking trail is 58 kilometres long and starts at Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk) and finishes at Leliyn / Edith Falls, usually taking trekkers four to five days to complete.
The Biddlecombe Cascades are fed by a permanently flowing creek that drops into a lovely waterfall. After walking the first day of the Jatbula Trail you will enjoy lazing about in the rock pools and rapids above the falls.
Nearby is a small campsite with an open fire barbecue and a toilet. The campsite is eight kilometres from the beginning of the Trail so there is plenty of time to relax and make camp. An Emergency Call Device (ECD) is close to the campsite.
Walkers must register at the Nitmiluk Visitor Centre and report your arrival to the kiosk at Leliyn / Edith Falls. A refundable AUD50.00 deposit is required when you register and will be returned when you arrive at Leliyn / Edith Falls. A camping fee of AUD3.30 per person per night will be collected when you register.