Northern Territory Waterfalls
The Northern Territory Waterfalls (NT) that we had visited so far are concentrated in the tropical northern regions of the state. Just by looking at the waterfall map above, you can see why they call this part of Australia the Top End.
In any case, with these waterfalls in the tropical parts of Australia, timing is everything as the optimal times to see them is a moving window between the monsoonal downpours of the Australian Summer and the availability of access roads when floods subside and saltwater crocodiles leave in the Dry Season (typically the Australian Winter).
That said, the most easily-accessible waterfalls that we’ve encountered so far tend to be located in Litchfield National Park and Kakadu National Park. There is strong Aboriginal heritage in these ancient lands, and the waterfalls provided us the perfect excuse to explore some genuine Australian Outback.
So check out the waterfalls below, and read the write-ups where we share our personal experiences while providing logistical details (detailed descriptions, driving directions, nearby attractions, etc.) to help you with your travel plans…
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