Robin Falls Walk

Point Of Interest

3.5 from 4 users


Robin Falls, 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. The area is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna unique to the Top End and affords lovely views back over the cascading Falls. From the car park at the end of the road, follow the creek upstream. Allow yourself about 20-30 minutes each way to walk to the falls. Access to the area is seasonal so time your visit for early in the Dry Season.

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Lat: -13.352592 Lng: 131.133502

User Reviews



Wear closed in shoes not thongs as it is a stony walk & some trees have fallen down so you need to climb over them. Pools at falls are not very big



The falls are flowing good at the moment. Worth the rocky short hike.



Falls are ok but not the best. Got quite full yesterday (Saturday). Good to cool down but not much more. Not worth to climb all the way up the waterfall, there's nothing lol


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