Magnetic termite mounds, Litchfield National Park. They call them magnetic termites because the termites build their mounds with the thin edges facing east and west. These towers act as cooling towers for the colony underground.

Magnetic termite mounds, Litchfield National Park - They are named so as the termites build their mounds with the thin edges facing east and west, to act as cooling towers for the colony underground.

Wangi Falls, Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory, Australia

The lookout Matt and Macie stood on during their picnic date at Litchfield Wangi Falls, Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory, Australia

Wangi Falls, Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory, Australia

The lookout Matt and Macie stood on during their picnic date at Litchfield Wangi Falls, Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory, Australia

Litchfield National Park, Darwin, Northern Territory

Litchfield National Park, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia would love to take my hubby here.

One of the rock-holes at Buley Rockhole. The water is cool and very refreshing on a warm day.    Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory, Australia.

One of the rock-holes at Buley Rockhole. The water is cool and very refreshing on a warm day.

Tolmer Falls, Litchfield National Park. An amazing sight in the tropical wet season when thousands of litres of water pour over this waterfall.

Viewing platform above Tolmer Falls - Litchfield NP


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