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Litchfield National Park is an ancient landscape shaped by water. It features numerous stunning waterfalls that cascade from the sandstone plateau of the Tabletop Range. The Park covers approximately 1500 sq km and contains examples of most of the Top End’s natural habitats. Intriguing magnetic termite mounds, twin waterfalls, historical sites and the weathered sandstone pillars of the Lost City are a must for visitors whilst shady monsoon forest walks provide retreats from the heat of the day. Aboriginal people have lived throughout the area for thousands of years. Koongurrukun, Mak Mak Marranunggu, Werat and Warray Aboriginal people, whose Ancestral Spirits formed the landscape, plants and animals, are still present in the landscape today.