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Tabletop Track Circuit Walk


50.4 KM

3 Days




Multi-Day Walk

Florence Falls 2wd Campground, Litchfield Park NT 0822, Australia

Tabletop Track Circuit Walk

Image: Oliver Descoeudres

Why this Hike

This epic hike around some of the most beautiful natural attractions in the Northern Territory is the perfect adventure. With open Woodlands, Creek-side walking tracks, rock formations and lush rainforest this hike has a bit of everything while still allowing for you to completely disconnect into nature.

Track Notes & Overview

3 Days, 2 Nights – 41.8KM

Day One – Florence Falls to Wangi Falls (19.7KM)

Starting at Florence falls, follow the linking track which will take you to Tabletop Track where you will turn left towards Wangi Falls. The track closely follows Florence Creek which is lined with paperbark trees along its banks and you will follow this for quite a few kilometres. Continuing to walk you should reach your camp for the night at Wangi Falls Campground which is accessed by a linking track.

Day Two – Wangi Falls to Walker Creek (18.5KM)

From your overnight campsite at Wangi Falls Campground join back up with Tabletop track and turn left following the loop towards Walker Creek. The first part of this walk offers palm laden creeks before passing through Tjenya Falls and into the open woodlands of the area. After a few more kilometres of walking arrive in Walker Creek, the campsites can be accessed by linking tracks just off the trail and this can be a good place for a swim.

Day Three – Walker Creek to Florence Falls (12.3KM)

On the final day of this hike you will complete the loop by walking from your overnight stay at Walker Creek all the way to Florence Falls. Along this route strange and interesting rock formations can be found as large castle shaped boulders are littered along the way. Walking through this area of lush, vibrant rainforest you will get a great appreciation for the local area before finishing the hike in Florence Falls.

*Please note that the park is closed at some times of the year due to wet seasons and permits are required at times, topographic maps are also a must and for this reason a good level of navigation skills are required.

Packing for a Multi-day Walk

Packing for a Multi-day Walk

Packing is an important part of any multi-day adventure, the long list of things needed can be hard to remember but this free packing list aims to make it easy and includes everything you need for when you're packing.

Food for a Multi-Day Walk

Creating a menu for a hike can seem challenging at first especially if it is an multi-day hike. Your menu should be nutritious, delicious and lightweight which can limit some of the meals you can create.

Our recipe hub includes great suggestions for breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks and even dessert, covering all the ingredients you will need and how to make them.

Leave No Trace

A Hikers Friend fully endorses the 7 principles of ‘leave no trace’ hiking which aim to protect our natural spaces and encourages you to apply them on your next adventure.

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