TULIP TIME 2020 - CANCELLED - JAMBEROO MOUNTAIN ROAD AT KNIGHTS HILL IS CLOSED IN BOTH DIRECTIONS DUE TO LANDSLIDE - BARRALLIER ROAD AND GOODMAN'S FORD BRIDGE ON WOMBEYAN CAVES ROAD ARE BOTH CLOSED DUE TO FLOODING -

Wombeyan Caves – CLOSED

Wombeyan Caves

Contact

Wombeyan Caves

P. 02 4843 5976

E. wombeyan.caves@environment.nsw.gov.au

W. http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/visit-a-park/parks/wombeyan-karst-conservation-reserve

Escape to the natural wonder of Wombeyan Caves. Set in a secluded valley and hidden amongst the rugged beauty of the Southern Highlands.

Imagine a place so ancient, that it was old before the first dinosaur walked the earth.  Over millions of years a maze of underground passages, streams and caverns has developed. Know to the Aboriginal people for tens of thousands of years, they were re-discovered by Europeans in 1828 when explorers stumbled across across a vast opening leading into the amazing depths below.

Wombeyan Caves feature vast caverns adorned with striking and delicate formations in a range of sizes, shapes and textures.  These limestone caves are both remarkable and beautiful.
Tours: A variety of guided tours, of between 1-11/2 hours in duration, are available everyday.  If you prefer a tour at your own pace…Take a leisurely stroll through Fig Tree Cave, with its automated lights and commentary, which will allow you to spend the time you need to appreciate the awe-inspiring features.

Above the underworld there a thee speculator bush walks, lookouts secluded waterfalls and a dramatic limestone gorge that is excellent for a swim in summer. 
Relaxing picnic grounds and electric BBQ with so much to see and do you can stay a while in a range of accommodation styles, from self contained cottages to ensite cabins, plus a spacious leafy campground.  There is also a well socked kiosk.

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