Robin Falls Campground


4.3 from 42 users


Dorat Rd, Robin Falls, Northern Territory


Robin Falls is an attractive three-tiered waterfall that's just outside the boundaries of Litchfield National Park near the township of Adelaide River. The falls are reached by a short walk following a crystal clear creek through scenic bush surrounds. Unpowered camping beside a creek. There are no toilet facilities. Use your own chemical toilet or bury all waste at least 100m from any water source. Put all rubbish in the bins provided and leave no trace. Use caution if travelling with a caravan. Turning space can be tight.

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Lat: -13.350465 Lng: 131.136142

User Reviews


Great little spot over for the night. We parked up in the first little grassed area to the left enough room for two vans (perfect)! Walk to falls was fine and we took our dog up! Nice swimming in the creek.



Nice quiet spot right on the little creek, first turn on the left is a great private spot for a van if you have high clearance.



What a gem this place is, only caters for small numbers of vans and large larger van need to be in first area. Falls were great but need to be steady on feet to get there, but worth it. Bring your own firewood to this location.


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