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If you are in Batchelor, you are near one of the most beautiful treasures in Australia's Top End. Explore the gateway to Litchfield National Park, the home of impressive Aboriginal arts and crafts. Batchelor is not far from Darwin, just off the Stuart Highway. Swim in the cascading natural pools, see glorious waterfalls, discover the ruins of an old abandoned tin mining site, unravel the beauty of local artworks at the Coomalie Cultural Centre and see hundreds of huge termite mounds. The area is abundant in plants and wildlife, and restaurants that serve great tasting food. A campervan hire in Batchelor is the best way to explore the national park.
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Litchfield Motel, or formerly known as Batchelor Resort, is located at 37 to 49 Rum Jungle Road in Batchelor. It sits on 12 hectares of land with a bushland setting close to the Visitor Information Centre and International Airport. Rich flora and fauna surrounds the park. Its campsite facilities are bar, barbecue facilities, car parking spaces, cots, vehicle wash facilities, running path, entertainment, recreation room, high chair, ice, iron, kiosk, laundry, playground, restaurant, shop, tour desk, lounge area, public telephone and outdoor swimming pool. The accommodations that it offers are cabins, villas, standard motel, caravan site and camping site.
Litchfield Safari Camp lies within the Litchfield Tourist Precint, Batchelor. The park is just on the western part of Litchfield National Park and is thus surrounded by abundant flora and fauna. Its campsite facilities are barbecue facilities, kiosk, laundry, public telephone and outdoor swimming pool. The types of accommodation that it offers are unpowered site, powered site, backpacker beds and safari cabin. The popular activities within and around the site are birdwatching, camping, caravanning, bushwalking and swimming.
Bamboo Creek Tin Mine lies within the Litchfield National Park, Batchelor. It is an exemplary example of small-scale tin mining during the olden times within the area. The site was discovered around 1906. Visitors could still get to see the mining site's old buildings and interesting objects like old explosives magazine, ore extraction equipment, processing tools, transportation devices and etcetera.
Buley Rockhole refers for the cascading pools within the Litchfield National Park. Visitors are welcome to swim within the cool and relaxing natural pools or just barbecue, leisure walk and or have a hearty picnic near the site.
Coomalie Cultural Centre is located at the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education, Bachelor. It is also in proximity with the Litchfield National Park. The centre is known for featuring a wide range of Australian indigenous artworks from Top End until Central Australia. Impressive works like canvas, carvings, fibre weavings, printed textiles, paper, paperbark and didjeridoos are just some of the things every guests could see.
Litchfield National Park lies along Litchfield Park Road in Batchelor. It is a popular natural park hailed as one of Top End's hidden treasures. The place is ideal to discover the culture of Australia's Aboriginal people and appreciate and enjoy the beauty of mother earth. The park holds great importance to the Werat, Waray, Koongurrukun and Marranunggu Aboriginal people. Its natural features include a monsoon rainforest, wide range of flora and fauna, waterfalls, rocky pools, sandstone towers of the Lost City and large towering termite mounds.
Magnetic Termite Mounds could be reached via the Litchfield Park Road, Batchelor. The site is one of Litchfield National Park's highlights as it features hundreds of termite mounds towering up to around two metres high that appears to be like big magnetic compasses. There's also a large termite cathedral mound on the site. Get to know more about the termites of Litchfield National Park and their homes on your next vacation!
Wangi Falls is located at Wangi Falls Road, Batchelor. The site is said to be Litchfield National Park's most popular attraction with its easy access swimming holes and the beautiful monsoonal rainforest that surrounds it. The attraction is open everyday all day. Guests could enjoy barbecuing, leisure walking, swimming and relaxing around the area.