Notraces Bushwalking Australia

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

Notraces is organising off-track bushwalking tours in Litchfield National Park.

Go where others do not go. Notraces tours run all year round. You can choose from a short 3 day walk and through to an extensive exploratory 9 day walk.

The 3 day tour allows those who have a short time to enjoy the landscapes and natural pools of Litchfield National Park in peace. It is also a great introduction for those who want to experience off-track bushwalking in Northern Australia. Go where others don’t and discover little-known cultural sites and natural pools.

The 9 day tour tour will lead you to the less travelled parts of Litchfield National Park from the iconic Tjaynera Falls to Tableland falls. Explore an untouched world of creeks, swimming holes, cascades and gorges. Camp under the stars beside the waterfalls or in the savannah.

“Bush swimming” is rambling by swimming instead of walking, It is fun and it opens your mind to explore the country from a different perspective.

You will be provided with the right equipment to keep your pack dry. and along the way, you will have the chance to view Aboriginal art sites.

Facilities

Service Types

Adventure and Outdoors Tours Nature and wildlife Walking and Biking Tours Free Wifi

Fitness

Basic Moderate

Membership

Visitor Information Centre

Accreditation

COVID Safe ECO Certified (Ecotourism) by Ecotourism Australia

Services

$660

From Friday to Sunday or on request
Great for families

This tour allows those who have a short time to enjoy the landscapes and natural pools of Litchfield National Park. It is also a great introduction for those who want to experience off-track bushwalking in Northern Australia.

On the first day, you reach the starting point at Sandy Creek, swim in the majestic Tjaynera Falls basin and then walk to the camp located near a small waterfall. This is base camp for both nights .

The second day you will explore the surroundings area in search of rock art sites. In the afternoon, return to camp by swimming. The river with turquoise waters flows slowly through small gorges with a serene atmosphere, forming long pools. You don’t need to be a good swimmer.

On the third day, reach the dizzying heights of Tjaynera Falls and swim in a pool with a view of the Litchfield plains. Then resume the walk to a fantastic lookout.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$1900

Explore a world of creeks, swimming holes, cascades and gorges.

The 9 day dry season tour will lead you to the less travelled parts of Litchfield National Park from the iconic Tjaynera Falls to Tableland falls. Camp under the stars beside the waterfalls or in the savannah.
“Bushswim” through gorges, with your pack well protected in a dry bag. “Bush swimming” is rambling by swimming instead of walking, It is fun and it opens your mind to explore the country from a different perspective. You will be provided with the right equipment to keep your pack dry.

The 9 days Wet Season exploratory tour will allow you to discover the heart of the park during the Wet Season in Northern Australia.
Walk through the savannah and the rainforest through the lush green landscape, admiring the ragging creeks and the powerful waterfalls that are normally out of range. “Bushswim” along quieter gorges in the rainy crystal waters.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$1500

Purnululu was only known to the Aboriginal People and a few adventurers. Listed as a World Heritage site since 2003, Purnululu still remains a mythical and very isolated world of breathtaking natural beauty.
Explore beyond Cathedral Gorge, beyond the famous domes, beyond Piccaninny Gorge, beyond the tourist routes to the heart of the park where only the adventurous trekkers journey. Purnululu was carved by 400 million years of erosion, 5 small gorges are hidden, snuggled up in lost times, they are the 5 Fingers
Discover the “5 Fingers”, the five small gorges each distinctly different.
Be ready to be dwarfed by towering cliffs, to squeeze through spaces just wide enough to pass, to view the amazing light and observe the orange red rock transform to pink as it is touched by daylight. Fell the cooling air in the shadows of the landscape and evolve as we experience a world of incredible dimensions

Disabled Access

Family Friendly

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