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Sat, 20 July



Kakadu & Litchfield National Park

A memorable and enchanting time on a small group women's tour in the Northern Territory filled with mindful practices, culture, waterfalls, hiking and more.

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Kakadu & Litchfield National Park
Kakadu & Litchfield National Park

Time & Location

20 July 2024, 4:00 pm – 27 July 2024, 10:00 am

Jabiru, Kakadu Hwy, Jabiru NT 0886, Australia

About the event

Trip Highlights

  • Explore Litchfield National Park and immerse yourself at Florence Falls, Buley Rockhole and more
  • Be inspiried by Kakadu National Park at Jim Jim Falls, Maguk (Barramundi Falls) & more
  • Hike between 2-8km taking you on a journey to the most breathtaking views 
  • Mindfulness, meditation, movement & vocal excercises
  • Learn about the local indigenous culture on the Guluyambi Cultural Cruise, Ubirr Rock Art Gallery & more.
  • Creating new connections with adventurous women, specialized in a small group of 6 women


  • Fly into Darwin. Book your own flights. For those interested Bonza is running a flight Saturday July 20 from Maroochydore to Darwin return July 28 $360 round trip. 
  • Book your own accomodation; if you'd like to share with another woman on the trip we can connect you with one another. We suggest staying at H on Mitchell around $319, Palm City Resort $340, Cavenagh $191


  • Depart Darwin at 7AM for Litchfield National Park
  • Florence Falls - The first stop of day 2 is the gorgeous Florence Falls. This waterfall can be viewed from two angles, a birds eye view from the top viewing platform as well as from the waterhole below. Take a short 1km walk down to the falls through the monsoon rainforest to this cool, refreshing plunge pool with twin falls you can swim up to and underneath. Coming up from your swim take the stairs to the top viewing platform.
  • Buley Rockhole - Our next stop of the day is Buley Rockhole. This series of cascades feeding into multiple plunge pools is unique and the perfect spot to enjoy one of nature's spa baths.
  • Tolmer Falls - As we stop for a delicious homestyle lunch prepared by your guide, we will visit Tolmer Falls, this beautiful single drop waterfall can be viewed from the viewing platform above. The pool below is surrounded by caves weathered into the rock walls. There is no swimming available here but it is a wonderful spot to visit with the elevation of the spot providing views out over the National Park as well as the falls.
  • Wangi Falls - Our final location of the day is Wangi Falls, this absolutely spectacular waterfall features twin falls that flow down into a large swimming hole with a white sandy bottom. There are multiple viewing platforms and a beautiful 1.6km return loop walk available that will take you around the top of the falls.
  • Arrive at Camp (Sampson Creek) - Take some time to unwind with a Session with Megan around the campfire  while Jack prepares dinner.  


  • Departing Camp at 8am - We will make our way to Litchfield National Park, located 1.5hours from Darwin. This National Park is a local favourite and a unique park in that all locations are relatively close to one another so more time exploring less time in the vehicle.
  • Sandy Creek/Tjaynera Falls - We will venture down the Reynolds River track heading towards Sandy Creek and Tjaynera Falls. The hike to Tjaynera Falls is a Grade 3, 3.4km return trip where you will end up at a beautiful waterfall with a large swimming hole surrounded by tropical green pandanus and various palms. Session with She Explores Adventure
  • Surprise Creek Falls is the last spot on the Reynolds River Track and a short hike will take you to this incredible waterhole, known for its many waterfalls each flowing into its own cauldron-like swimming hole. Berry Springs - visit the beautiful thermal Berry Springs for a dip in the deliciously warm water be surrounded by this tropical oasis.
  • Arrive at Camp (Sampson Creek) - Arriving at camp for the night we will set up our site and get settled in for the evening with a cold drink and potential campfire while your guide prepares a delicious meal.


  • Departing camp at 7am - We will make our way to Kakadu National Park, 3 hours drive from Litchfield National Park Ubirr Rock Art Gallery - Arriving in Kakadu National Park our first stop of the day is Ubirr rock art gallery. Ubirr’s rock art is considered among the best in the world, with fine examples of x-ray painting as well as contact art from the time when Indigenous people first encountered Europeans. Walk to the top of Ubirr to look out over the floodplains, woodlands and dark ribbons of rainforest. 1.5k loop walk
  • Cahills Crossing - One of the best, and most notorious, places to see saltwater crocodiles is at Cahills Crossing, a river causeway that is the gateway into Arnhem Land. This unique road is quite the place to visit. Guluyambi Cultural Boat Cruise - Take in the wonderful pristine wilderness of this World Heritage landscape as you cruise leisurely upstream. An Aboriginal guide provides insight into their culture, local mythology, the river’s abundant food chain, traditional uses for many plants and animals as well as bush survival skills. Hop off on the Arnhem Land side of the river for a display of traditional hunting and gathering techniques.
  • Arrive at Camp (Karnamarr Campground) - Enjoy some much needed wind down time as your guide prepares a delicious campstyle dinner to finish off the day. Session with She Explores Adventure 


  • Jim Jim Falls - Jim Jim Falls is one of the more well-known waterfalls of Kakadu National Park and is an icon of the region. This waterfall is an impressive 200 m high and regardless of whether the falls are flowing, an incredible natural beauty. (Hike to the top - optional) The rugged 8km return hike to the top of Jim Jim Falls will have you captivated by the spectacular view of the escarpment. Kakadu National Park grade this walk as difficult, a steep climb along a marked track. At the top you are greeted with awesome views and a swim. 
  • The afternoon we will visit the bottom of Jim Jim falls. If you are wanting to swim, you will meander your way through monsoon forest along the Jim Jim Creek, to the deep waterfall plunge pool. (Swim at base) The track involves scrambling over increasingly large boulders and is graded as moderately difficult. The dramatic escarpment walls will leave you in awe of Mother Nature. The plunge pool is very deep and at times shockingly cold! However there is a white sandy beach close by which gets a good dose of sunshine making it a slightly more comfortable swimming experience!Session with She Explores Adventure
  •  Arrive at Camp (Karnamarr Campground) - After a big day of hiking we will return to our already set up camp to relax, enjoy dinner and get ready for the following day.


  • Maguk (Barramundi Falls) - A 2km, grade 3 return walk through monsoon forests, crossing Barramundi Creek will take you to Maguk (Barramundi Falls). This pristine natural waterfall and plunge pool at the base of steep gorge walls is a luscious tropical oasis full of incredible birds and wildlife. Session with She Explores Adventure
  • Yellow Water Billabong Boat Cruise - Embark on a 2 hour Yellow Water Billabong sunset cruise. Watch the sun go down over the glassy water while surrounded by an abundance of beautiful and unique wildlife.
  • Arrive at camp (Karnamarr Campground) - Arriving to our pre set up camp after sunset. Enjoy a dinner prepared by your guide before retiring for the evening.


  • Burrungkuy Rock Art Gallery - Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) is one reason why Kakadu is World Heritage-listed for outstanding cultural values. This famous site, with its stunning rock paintings, documents life in the region from 20,000 years ago to the first contact with European explorers. This is a 1.5km loop walk. Nawurlandja Lookout - Nawurlandja lookout offers world-class views across Anbangbang Billabong to Burrungkuy (Nourlangie) and the Arnhem Land escarpment. Once you reach the top of the walk, look out across the sea of savanna woodlands to where they meet the sheer cliff face of the Arnhem Land escarpment. The endless view is a fantastic taste of the grand scale that is Kakadu. Session with She Explores Adventure
  • Departing Kakadu National Park and heading back to Darwin 
  • After a delicious lunch, a 3.5 hour drive will bring us back to Darwin city concluding our 6 day tour with Cyaround Australia Tours
  • Arrive at accomodation, out for dinner to celebrate out beautiful adventure together


  • Enjoy your morning either walking around the city, check out the local sights, enjoy a morning at the spa, breakfast 
  • Depending on your flight schedule head to the airport or spend the night in Darwin


  • All meals supplied on Cyaround Australia Tours July 21- July 26  homestyle, delicious,organic and nutritious
  • All camping equipment supplied
  • Individual all in one, off ground stretcher swags for sleeping 
  • Hot showers and flushing toilets available at our campsites
  • Private, boutique style touring with a maximum of 6 passengers This is a camping tour that requires a good level of fitness and mobility
  • All Mindful practices with She Explores Adventure
  • National Park Permits
  • Accredited Local Guide Jack

Not Included:

  • Travel Insurance
  • Return Flights
  • Taxi fares to/from the airport to Darwin City Accomodation
  • Accomodation July 20 & July 26

To Bring:

  • Swimming essentials, Towel, bathing suit
  • Insect repellant
  • Sun protection, hat, sunscreen, sunglasses
  • Hiking boots, sandals, keens
  • Check the weather before arriving for proper clothing 
  • Medication
  • Toiletries 
  • Camera/ gopro
  • Power bank to charge camera/phone
  • Head torch
  • Water Bottle
  • Backpack for days out

Your Investment:

Total $3,600


  • Full Price

    +$90.00 service fee



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