The Outback Travellers Series Two covers Central Australia up to the Top End of Northern Territory. Litchfield National Park to Darwin Track Guide covers a total distance of 582.1km.
Litchfield National Park has everything from waterfalls to rugged 4wd tracks. The area is a mecca for tourists from all over the world. Leading through the beautiful coastal areas up into Darwin, the captial of the north.
Darwin is a vibrant city that offers a wide variety of everything from food to history. An engrossing location that opens the door to this southern vacinity. From Adelaide River to Batchelor and through to the Lodge of Dundee, where fishing is a way of life. This region sparkles with diversity.
The Sectioned Maps will help you find everything of interest along the Track and point out potential road cautions in advance, supported by visual references, for the benefit of your safety.
Using photography, track notes and mapping, the Outback Travellers Litchfield National Park to Darwin Track Guide is a companion to sheet maps, offering a closer look at what is out there, where to find it and how to get there safely.
Map Guides include:
- Adelaide River to Batchelor, 41.6km (Section A)
- Buley Rockhole & Florence Falls
- Batchelor to Magnetic Termite Mounds, 35.2km (Section B)
- The Lost City
- Termite Mounds to Reynolds River Road, 24km (Section C)
- Wangi Falls
- Reynolds River Track to Daly River Road, 43km (Section D)
- Adelaide River to Daly River, 110.5km
- Reynolds River Road to Cox Peninsular Road, 72.2km (Section E)
- Adelaide River to Batchelor via Coach Road
- Cox Peninsular Road intersection to Mandorah, 57.3km (Section F)
- Crab Claw Island Region
- Litchfield National Park turnoff to Arnhem Highway, 36.9km (Section G)
- Crab Claw Island turnoff to Lodge of Dundee, 41km
- Arnhem Highway turnoff to Darwin, 34.3km (Section H)
General maps include Darwin City CBD.
NOTE: 6 pages of this guide are advertising. North does not always point up, however it is clearly marked on each map.