• Wangi Falls

    Wangi Falls during the wet season.

  • Salt and pepper Squid

    Mouth-watering salt and pepper squid.

  • Litchfield scenery

    Lush monsoon rainforest.

  • mangi cheese cake

    Try our world famous Mango Cheesecake.

  • light cafe meals

    Garden Vegetable quiche with freshly prepared salad.

  • Wangi Falls Litchfield

    Enjoy the view from above Wangi Falls on the Wangi Loop walk.

  • outdoor cafe

    Relax with a coffee.

  • coffee and cake

    Enjoy a treat from our great range of homemade cakes.

Relax with a Coffee.

Wangi Falls Cafe

Wangi Falls Cafe is open from 9am to 5pm serving a great range of homemade meals and light snacks. Treat yourself to our world famous cheesecake. Dinner is available to suit seasonal demand with evening trading hours posted at the cafe.

The Heart of Litchfield

Litchfield Park

Wangi Falls makes the perfect stop for lunch and, with too much to see in one day, it makes a great central location for an overnight stay. Take a sunset walk and enjoy the scenery from the top of the waterfall. The plunge pool is open during the dry season, with plenty of shady grassed areas to enjoy a picnic.

Perfect for Special Functions

Special Functions

The cafe and grounds are available for weddings, birthdays, and private functions. Contact us to discuss catering and other options.

Local Aboriginal Artists

Aboriginal Art

In co-operation with the local indigenous communities Wangi Falls Art & Cultural Centre hosts the works of several local artists. The artists sometimes work on site and visitors are welcome to join in and try their hand at the local style. Artwork is also available for sale.

Things To Do

Litchfield Ranger Tours

National Parks rangers offer several free guided tours throughout the park. Or join the local aboriginal guides for small private tours aimed at sharing their heritage and local knowledge. Purchase a pool noodle from the cafe and float the afternoon away beneath the waterfalls.

Litchfield National Park

Litchfield National Park

Litchfield National Park is an unspoilt wilderness of stunning beauty, shaped by water and time, culturally rich and steeped in history. Come and explore the thundering falls, the walking tracks, and pandanus-lined pools surrounded by rainforest. The wet season offers dramatic waterfalls and lush greenery, while the dry season brings cloudless skies and endless swimming.

Wangi Falls Cafe

Wangi Falls Café prides itself on its great range of homecooked cafe meals especially the World Famous Mango Cheesecake!
We source many of our ingredients locally for a true taste of the Top End.

Opening Hours

The cafe is open daily from 9am to 5pm.
Dinner is available upon request (minimum numbers apply).

We have a great range of ready-to-go snacks and desserts, as well burgers and hearty meals.
Our menu varies seasonally. A selection of our menu items include-

Brunch Menu

Big Breaky Foccacia
Bacon, scrambled egg, mushroom, grilled tomato, and cheese served between two toasted slices of focaccia bread.
Toasted croissants with choice of Ham, Cheese, Tomato, Mushroom, or Bacon and Banana.
Egg and Bacon Rolls
Freshly cooked eggs & crunchy bacon served on a toasted seeded bun.

Light Snacks

Mini Quiche
Served with a fresh garden salad. Made fresh daily our specials include Garden Vegetable, Cheese and Bacon, Chicken and Mushroom.
Fresh Sandwiches
Great range of sandwiches and rolls made fresh and ready to go.
Select from a Traditional Greek salad, or Chicken Caesar salad.


Beef, Buffalo, Croc, Chicken, Barramundi, Kangaroo, and Vegetarian burgers all served on foccacia bread with fresh salad. Go tropical and add pineapple and bacon. Or if you've worked up an appetite add the lot with bacon, egg, and cheese.
Salt and Pepper Squid
Chef's special recipe of seasoned salt and lemon-pepper encrusted squid served with lime tartare and beer-battered chips.

Coffee and Desserts

Mango Cheesecake
We can't make enough of our world famous mango cheesecake! Deliciously creamy and made with local mango.
Wide range of fresh-baked cakes
Apple Pie, Carrot Cake, Muffins, Scones with jam and cream... Check our daily specials board to see what's on the menu.
Drinks and Ice-creams
We serve ice-slushies, cold drinks, and coffee made from freshly ground espresso beans. A full range of ice-creams are also available.

Dinner (when available)

Rib-Eye Steak
On the bone and served with saladini on a bed of lettuce, with beer-battered chips. Your choice of a mushroom, garlic, or pepper-cream sauce.
Spinach and Feta Filo
Spinach and feta cheese wrapped in a filo puff pastry, served with salad and beer-battered chips.
Chicken Parmigiana
Succulent butterflied and crumbed chicken breast topped with napolitana sauce and melted cheese.


Litchfield National Park

Litchfield National Park covers 1,500 square kilometres and is located just an hour and a half south of Darwin.
Litchfield allows visitors an opportunity to explore the stunning beauty and dramatic contrasts of Australia's Top End. With waterfalls cascading into pandanus lined plunge pools, crystal-clear waterholes and spring-fed streams. Bushwalking trails will take you across rugged sandstone and through pockets of monsoon rainforest to reveal stunning views and historic ruins.
Towering termite mounds share the grasslands with wallabies and an abundance of birdlife.
With so much to see and do, an overnight stay is essential to truly experience everything Litchfield has to offer.
The majority of attractions are accessible by 2WD on sealed roads however some attractions are restricted to 4WDs and may not be open during the Wet Season months.

Driving Directions

Wangi Falls Cafe is 50km from the park entrance when travelling from Batchelor.

If travelling during the dry season from Berry Springs (some unsealed sections recommended for 4WD only) we are 80km from the Territory Wildlife Park.

Access to the park for experienced 4WDers is also available from Daly River during the dry season (visit the NT Road Report website for road condition updates before planning your journey.)

Cafe Location

For driving directions from your location click here for Google maps

Local Culture

Litchfield National Park has a rich history from the local aboriginal people (including the Wagait, Kungarrakun, Marranungu, Werat and Waray people) to the Finniss Expedition led Frederick Litchfield in 1864, the early pioneers, and more recent defence force base during World War II and subsequent mining leases.

Aboriginal Art

Traditional artwork in the Litchfield area is diverse. Local artists work with acrylic and ochre to create paintings on canvas, painted stone slates, rock art and didgeridoos. The local style regularly features animals or animal tracks (typically totem animals) although landscape artwork is also available.

Local Artists

Group bookings and private art experiences with local artists are available upon request.
Please visit the Wangi Falls Art & Cultural Centre website for more information.

Gallery and Art Sales

All artwork displayed in the gallery has been sourced locally and is available for sale.


The cafe stocks a large range of souvenirs including postcards, tea-towels, jewellery, stubbie coolers, hats, magnets, toys and novelty items.
We also have a variety of flotation toys, tubes, and pool noodles.


Wangi Falls campground has a number of private campsites nestled into bushland. Amenities are provided with solar hot water, toilet facilities, and gas BBQs.
The campsite is managed by the National Parks service and modest fees apply.

Year-round camping is also available at Florence Falls and Buley Rockhole.

Click on the links below for a wide range of parks and guest retreats.