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Thread: A day trip to Litchfield NP

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    we did a loop down to Corn Patch water 61 degrees C and stayed at Rum Jungle.
    great pool table too,
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    It has already been said, but I'll agree with it - Litchfield is much better for a weekend.

    I tried Kakadu twice, neither time had much time, and didn't enjoy myself all that much - Litchfield offers great value for a weekend away from the...well, I won't say "rush" of the City up there, but it's a nice place none the less.

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    Has anyone visited gunlom falls? Heard its a great spot out there in kakadu

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    Quote Originally Posted by corbags View Post
    Has anyone visited gunlom falls? Heard its a great spot out there in kakadu
    Yep, I've camped there. My fav spot on Kakadu back when it was known as UDP Falls and I guess its main claim to fame is as one of the settings for Crocodile Dundee.
    IMHO it is one of the best spots in Kakas, tremendous views and a couple of rock pools at the top and a very nice swimming hole at the bottom.
    Doesn't get anything like the amount of visitors as the 'northern' 1/2 of the park.

    https://parksaustralia.gov.au/kakadu/pub/gunlom.pdf
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    Dolphins are so smart that within a few weeks of captivity, they can train people to stand on the very edge of the pool and throw them fish.

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