Walker Creek walk
Walker Creek, Site 8
Walker Creek walk, Site 5

Walker Creek

The Walker Creek walk is a three and a half kilometre return walk along a crystal clear creek in Litchfield National Park.

It is graded moderate and should take you about two hours. Be sure to carry your swimming gear - you can swim in the creek near the picnic area or at the shared camping and swimming hole at the end of the walk.

As you hike alongside crystal clear Walker Creek, pause to appreciate the pristine waterholes and enjoy the tranquillity of this amazing national park. Spot local wildlife and listen to the curious bird calls from some of Litchfield’s 169 recorded species that inhabit this forest area. Secluded camping sites are nestled along the creek, so plan ahead, book your site online, pack the tent and make a night of it among the wallabies and possums.

Walker Creek provides Link Walk access to Litchfield National Parks’ challenging 39 kilometre overnight Tabletop Track hike - which you will need to book online before you visit.

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    Entry cost

    Free entry


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    • Carpark
    • Picnic Area
    • Public Toilet


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    • Camping
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