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Magnetic Termite Mounds, Darwin

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  • On the way to Litchfield, it is worth a half hour look. Easy parking close to the mounds with both cathedral and magnetic mound. Lovely walk way to get a good view.  more »
  • This is a well presented place for a brief stop over on your way to Lichfield Park. There is a couple of large termite mounds with good explanation plaques, as well as well constructed boardwalk aroun...  more »
  • It is a great experience waiting for a trip to Litchfield National Park. There is, among other things, these termite boer, all of which face in the same direction, and there is also another stype termit boer, there can be up to 6 meters high. Add to this visit by waterfall with swimming in the pool at the base. We were on a trip with AAT Kings, and the can I warm recommend. Their guides are unique.
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  • The whole park is awesome! I do not think you need to pay for a guided tour as they anyway drives you around and you do hop in/ hop off around the park's hot spots.. Just get a rental car a drive around by yourself. And stop in highlighted areas as the termits (they actually lives inside and what you could see is not the termits but the ants who may be part of the ecosystem..)
  • Termite Mounds are massive, quite a few big ones, gives you a run down on how they are made etc. Interesting info. Wander around yourself
  • Fascinating, a lot bigger than expected.
  • Fascinating place!!!!! Not a fan of termits but explanation at info point very clear and precise!
  • Amazing, lot of efforts