Greenant Creek Walk / Tjaeteba Falls Day Use Area

Day Use Area

4.6 from 5 users


The Greenant Creek Walk is a moderate return walk in Litchfield National Park with the rewarding swim in the Tjaetaba Falls plunge pool. The carpark area features a picnic area with public toilets. Starting at the bridge across Greenant Creek, this shady 2. 7km walk follows the creek upstream then climbs steeply to Tjaetaba Falls Lookout. The walk is graded as moderate, but has some steep inclines, so allow about 1. 5 hours to complete it. The custodians request that visitors only swim above the falls, so continue to the rock pools a bit further on. Dogs are not permitted. No camping or overnight parking allowed.

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Lat: -13.201141 Lng: 130.70091

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Korker Adventures

The first 700m of this walk is stunning, walking through shaded monsoon forest then abutting dry Savannah. The contrast is great to see. The next section is dry, hot and rocky with quite a few steps. The waterfall is mostly obscured by trees at the lookout. There are a couple of small pools at the top of the waterfall. Swimming isn't permitted downstream of the falls.



Closed today due to fire hazard reduction. Not sure when it will be open again. Tape across the entrance.



Due to wildfire burns this is closed at the moment


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