If you crave the ruggedness of the Top End without the oppressive, sweaty camping experience, slipping inside one of the solar-powered shipping container cabins at Hideaway Litchfield is almost as refreshing as dipping under one of the nearby waterfalls. Found one-and-a-half hours from Darwin (almost) inside Litchfield National Park, here you can slow down in luxury, watch the sunset and sunrise from the upstairs deck, and catch mother nature’s light show during the wet season. Uncomplicated and uncluttered, this family-built and run property is full of personal touches including local artworks, bush tucker tomes, freshly-baked rye sourdough and local mango ice cream in the freezer.
Things we love
Secluded in Bushland
“We want people to be able to slow down with a bit of luxury, downsize and simplify”
~ Vivien Latham, Litchfield Hideaway