Litchfield Tourist Park
Litchfield Tourist Park is a great base for your Litchfield adventure.
Located in the heart of cattle country, the Upper Finniss River meanders through the property, cattle and horses roam freely over the back fence and native birds and wildlife make themselves at home. There are a range of accommodation options. Stay at The Homestead, ideal for large groups or families, to wake up to bird song in a private Stockman's or Drover's cabin. There's also individual bunkhouses or camping and caravan facilities.
Fill up with a hearty breakfast at the cafe-in-a-shed overlooking the lush gardens. For lunch, try 'one of the best Burgers in town' from your standard hamburger to the more adventurous crocodile, buffalo or barramundi burgers. The cafe is open daily for breakfast and lunch from 8am to 2pm. An early 6pm dinner service is available 5 nights a week, between April and October - Bookings essential.
Journey to Litchfield National Park and explore the magnetic termite mounds, Buley Rockholes, Florence Falls or four-wheel drive to the historic ruins of the Lost City. Swim under stunning spring-fed waterfalls that flow all year round or cool down after a long walk in crystal clear rockholes.
- Camp Kitchen
- Communal Refrigerator
- Non Smoking
- Pet Friendly - Enquire
- Public Telephone
- Swimming Pool
Disabled access available, contact operator for details.
- Quality Tourism Accreditation
Ringer's 2 Bedroom Cabin
Sleeps 5 guests
Bush luxury - Territory Style. These cabins have one queen size bedroom and a second bedroom with 2 single beds. The bathroom has a shower and bathtub with views of the sky and tree's, the bathroom courtyard also has an outdoor shower. A large dining verandah with barbecue is serviced by a small kitchenette with microwave, fridge, toaster, kettle and basic crockery and cultery. Airconditioned throughout with satellite TV in both bedrooms.
Stockman's Ensuite Cabin
Sleeps 3 guests
Tie up your trusty steed, throw off those boots and wake up to the sound of birds in the trees. These cabins contain one queen size bed, bar fridge and a large veranda with table, chairs and barbecue.
Linen and towels are provided.
Drover's Family Cabin
Sleeps 4 guests
Located near the Park's swimming pool and bathroom complex makes these cabins ideal for travelling families and friends. The Drover's Cabin contains one double and one single bed, a verandah with table, chairs and barbecue.
Please note these cabins do not have their own private bathroom but are located near to the Park's main bathroom complex.
Linen and towels are provided.
Large Ringer's 2 Bedroom Cabin
Sleeps 6 guests
Bush luxury - Territory Style. This is the 2 bedroom cabin can cater for families of 6. There is one queen size bedroom and a second bedroom with 4 single beds. The bathroom has a shower and bathtub with views of the sky and tree's, the bathroom courtyard also has an outdoor shower. A large dining verandah with barbecue is serviced by a small kitchenette with microwave, fridge, dishwasher, toaster, kettle and basic crockery and cultery. Airconditioned throughout with satellite TV in both bedrooms.
Sleeps 15 guests
Ideal for large families and groups, the Homestead sleeps up to 15 people. The large verandah makes an ideal gathering place for your group to sit back and enjoy a barbecue and sunset views. It contains two double air-conditioned bedrooms, a large open plan area with one double and nine single beds, an adjoining lounge/ dining area, barbecue and outdoor setting. The kitchen has a stove, oven, dishwasher, fridge, microwave, toaster and kettle and basic pots, pans, crockery to go with it.
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