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Buley Rockhole, Litchfield National Park

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At Buley Rockhole, you can easily find your own private rock pool to swim and cool off. Only a short walk from the parking, this popular swimming spot in Litchfield National Park features a number of cascading waterfalls pouring in and out of a series of rock-holes. Get there early to avoid the crowds and wear water shoes. Amenities include ranger restrooms, cold showers, and change rooms located at the nearby campground. To visit Buley Rockhole on your trip to Litchfield National Park, use our Litchfield National Park day trip website.
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Buley Rockhole reviews

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4.7
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  • The waters originate upstream from freshwater springs and flow towards the Florence Falls. The pools are ideal for those wishing to take a refreshing swim among Buley Rock pools and cascades. There....  more
    The waters originate upstream from freshwater springs and flow towards the Florence Falls. The pools are ideal for those wishing to take a refreshing swim among Buley Rock pools and cascades. There....  more »
  • We got up early and arrived just before 8am, it was lovely and quiet and there were only a few other people here. Compared to others in the park this is a really small area which would be awful if... 
    We got up early and arrived just before 8am, it was lovely and quiet and there were only a few other people here. Compared to others in the park this is a really small area which would be awful if...  more »
  • Wonderful place for swimming although if you are not a local best to do with an experienced guide because of the risk, albeit small, of crocodiles. 
    Wonderful place for swimming although if you are not a local best to do with an experienced guide because of the risk, albeit small, of crocodiles.  more »
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  • Breath taking place. Long walk down and up. Amazing swim at the bottom. It is a must do, even on bad knees. Didn't get far in the water due to the knees but loved every min of it.
  • Awesome place, worth a visit ! Wet is perfect season, we were almost alone in the morning and after 4pm. We jumped from the rocks, water is deep.
  • All I can see, it's an awesome place to cool down and enjoy family time. Paved hiking trails along the river is a bonus. Family loved it. 5⭐️
  • Last time we came during dry season, this time closer to wet season and the water was flowing well. There were plenty of spots to sit in, rocks are slippery so be careful .
  • Great place to visit for a relaxing soak in refreshing cool water

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