Rainfall converts Australia's Litchfield National Park into tropical heaven

The spectacular waterfalls at Australia's Litchfield National Park.

Spectacular waterfalls at Australia's Litchfield National Park, south of Darwin are surging after huge amounts of wet season rain.

The region’s landscape dramatically changes from season to season. Recent rains have transformed the dry and bushy countryside into a land of thundering waterfalls and greenery.

The park is usually packed with tourists and locals looking for a cool escape from the humidity, but now it has turned into a torrent of water. The park is now surrounded by unique and luscious plants.

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