Litchfield National Park
Enjoy swimming and bushwalking in this pristine national park. Batchelor Holiday Park is located just 14kms from the boundary. See a great display of magnetic termite mounds and huge cathedral termite mounds. All your local information is provided at check in.
Florence Falls, Buley Rockhole, Wangi Falls, Walker Creek, Cascades, Tjaynera Falls and Surprise Creek Falls are designated swimming areas. Note: some of these areas can become unsafe after heavy rain and may be closed for swimming.
Beautiful walks leave from most popular sites. Signs in the carparks and along the tracks will show you the way. They vary between short strolls and walks of 1 to 3 km. The longer 39 km Tabletop Track circuit is an excellent long distance bushwalk. It is generally open during the dry season and by permit (phone (08) 8999 4486) at other times due to hot and humid conditions.
A beautiful lush town with immense historical interest. Collect a map of the Batchelor Heritage Walk and enjoy the history of Batchelor at your leisure. Over the war years Batchelor hosted some 36 individual RAAF, USAAF and Dutch units before reverting to its civilian role post war.
A visit to the interpretive Batchelor Museum is within easy walking distance; the museum details the history of Batchelor back to 1911.
Litchfield Scenic Flights & Charter offer scenic flights over Batchelor, Litchfield National Park and surrounding areas. The aerodrome serves as a general aviation and maintenance facility and also as the hub for gliding activities in the Top End.