Left Mary River with a morning tea stop in Pine Creek. Would have been a great place to stay, a very interesting town with railway memorabilia, big green grassy areas and a quirky cafe. Arrived at the entrance to Edith Falls to a giant sign saying park full to caravans. We had been told to arrive early, but didn't think the campground would already be full at 10am. A bit disheartened we decided to head in regardless and spend the day at the falls, swimming at the various pools. However as luck would have it, having a 14ft caravan paid off and we were able to fit into a tent site. So we set up and climbed the 1km up to the swimming area above the cliff. We spent about 2 hrs checking out the swimming pools and venturing over to the waterfall. We all enjoyed the clear water, and sat mesmerised as crazy "young" travellers climbed shear rock faces to jump from the cliffs into the pools below. Day two we did a 2.6km walk around the entire loop to the upper pool and down again before cooling off in the lower pool, a huge open area with another water fall about 150m away from the entry point. Not feeling confident with our swimming or the "low risk" crocodile signage we decided staying close to the edge was a far better idea. Had a nice afternoon chatting to another family, who had been travelling for 11 months and a bit over it! Into Katherine tomorrow for a restock and to head into Katherine Gorge.