Lake Cave

Lake Cave is a stunning pristine chamber deep beneath the earth. Inside the cave a tranquil lake reflects delicate formations that will take your breath away. Visitors descend a staircase in time, gazing up at towering karri trees from the floor of the sunken forest, before entering one of the most beautiful limestone caves in Western Australia.

Guided tours of Lake Cave run daily at 9.30am, 10.30am, 11.30am, 12.30pm, 1.30pm, 2.30pm, 3.30pm. Additional tour times are available during holidays, please check on +61 8 9757 7411. Visitors can also enjoy a snack or meal at Lake Cave Tearooms

Single Cave Entry – Jewel, Lake or Mammoth
Adult: $22.00
Child (4-16yrs): $10.00
Family (2 adults + 2 Children): $54.00
Additional Children: $6.50
Pensioner (AUS): $19.80

Grand Tour Pass – three caves (Jewel, Lake and Mammoth)

Adult: $55
Child (4-16 years): $24
Family (2 adults + 2 children): $138
Additional children (4 – 16 years): $12
Note: The Grand Tour Pass is valid for 7 days from date of purchase

Ultimate Pass – three caves (Jewel, Lake and Mammoth) plus Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

Adult: $70

Child (4 – 16 years): $30

Family (2 adults + 2 children): $170

Additional children (4 – 16 years): $15

Note: the Ultimate Pass is valid for 7 days from date of purchase

Bookings required for groups. Tickets can also be purchased at the cave site or over the phone on +61 8 9757 7411 or the Margaret River Visitor Centre on +61 8 9757 5911. Places cannot be reserved on tours without prior purchase of a ticket.
Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Photography allowed – no tripods, stands or selfie-sticks.

This tour / cave visit is valid for one week from date of purchase.
Additional children $6.50 accompanying a family
Children prices are based on ages 4 – 16 years
Children under 4 are free of charge

Point of Difference

Lake Cave is, to put it simply, a mirrored wonderland. Home to the "suspended table" a spectacular crystal decoration weighing several tonnes that hangs from the ceiling, almost touching the waters of the lake. It is thought that this may be the only decoration of its kind in the world. Lake Cave is the most 'actively dripping' cave in the south west, and it's the only cave on the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge that has a permanent lake. The cave is one of the deepest on the ridge, with entry access through a spectacular doline - a large hole in the earth's surface. There is an interpretative centre onsite, designed to help you learn about the formation and history of caves within the region, throughout Australia and around the world.