Adelaide River War Cemetery Information
The Adelaide River War Cemetery is a sobering reminder of the impact World War II had on this part of Australia. There are 434 military burials in total and the adjoining Civil Cemetery honours 63 civilians including the nine post office workers who were killed in the 19 February 1942 bombing of Darwin. Also visit the Memorial to the Missing, where 292 service personnel are remembered, who lost their lives in Timor and other northern regions.
Adelaide River Railway Station
The Adelaide River Railway Siding and Railway Bridge, located on the Stuart Highway, were..Robin Falls
Enjoy a refreshing dip into the scenic Robin Falls, south of the town of Adelaide River.
Robin..Litchfield National Park
Litchfield National Park features numerous stunning waterfalls cascading from the sandstone plateau..Lake Bennett Resort
Lake Bennett Resort, just an hour's drive south of Darwin or 87 kilometres, is the perfect place..Magnetic Termite Mounds
One of Litchfield National Park's most impressive sights is the hundreds of termite mounds standing..Buley Rockhole
Enjoy a refreshing swim in the cascading pools of Buley Rockhole. This popular swimming spot, in..Florence Creek Walk
Florence Creek Walk is a 3.2 kilometre walk between Florence Falls and Buley Rockhole in Litchfield..Florence Falls
Located in Litchfield National Park, the spectacular Florence Falls cascade into a plunge pool, set..Manton Dam Recreation Area
Built in 1942, Manton Dam was Darwin's first reliable water supply. Today the dam is a pleasant..Tjaynera/Sandy Creek Falls
Escape to the serenity of Tjaynera Falls/Sandy Creek Falls in the magnificent Litchfield National..