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Caving

Caving

Caving

Journey into an ancient underworld and see spectacular limestone and crystal formations that date back to over 350,000 years ago.

The Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge in the Margaret River Region is dotted with over 150 limestone caves. Explore caves open to the public, including Ngilgi, Lake, Mammoth and Jewel cave. There are guided or self-guided tours, which take you along the boardwalks into the beautiful underground caves. For the more adventurous, you can take a journey by torchlight to explore deeper, hidden pathways.

Journey underground

Explore the caves of Australia’s South West on a guided or self-guided tour.
The biggest show cave in Western Australia; comprising three massive chambers.
Home to the “suspended table” a spectacular crystal decoration weighing several tonnes that hangs from the ceiling, almost touching the waters of the lake.
Mammoth Cave is a natural time capsule; having preserved the ancient fossil remains of long-extinct giant animals.
Marvel at the ancient wonders of one of Geographe Bay’s most renowned tourist attractions.

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Here you can easily enjoy natural beaches beautiful vineyards, forests, caves and more, all in a single day. More than 23,000km make up the south west corner of Western Australia, with 1000 of those kilometres consisting of awe-inspiring coastline just waiting to be explored.

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