4.5

Mammoth Cave

Caves

Overview

Mammoth Cave is the most easily accessible of all the show caves in the region, with the first chamber actually accessible by wheelchair. It is a self-guided cave, where you explore on your own while listening to an informative 'audio tour' through the MP3 player and headset provided. You are free to wander at your own pace along the boardwalks and platforms, through the majestic chambers of the cave. Mammoth Cave is also one of just a few caves in the south west which contains fossils. A visit to Mammoth Cave finishes with a winding walk through the beautiful marri forest, with whistling birds and stunning flora displays. Mammoth Cave is much more than a cave - it is a complete nature experience.

More information

This magical cave is a natural time capsule, home to ancient fossil remains of long-extinct giant animals known as Australian Megafauna. The site of one of Australia's most important paleontological digs in the early 1900's, the cave still contains the fossil jawbone of one of these giant marsupial species embedded within the limestone wall - 50,000 years after the animal roamed the forests above. See for yourself and listen to scientific accounts over an informative and ambient MP3 audio self-guided system - perfect for admiring nature's fascinating underground beauty at your own pace.

Single Cave Entry - Jewel, Lake, Ngilgi or Mammoth
Adult: $22.50
Child (4-16yrs): $12.50
Family (2 adults + 2 Children): $58.00
Additional Children: $8.00
Seniors: $20.00
Children prices are based on ages 4 - 16 years.
Children under 4 are free of charge.
Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult.

Bookings required for groups. Tickets can also be purchased at the cave site or at the Margaret River, Busselton, Dunsborough or Augusta Visitor Centres, or over the phone on +61 8 9757 7411.
Photography allowed - no tripods, stands or selfie-sticks.

For the bird enthusiasts!

Situated around the Mammoth Cave region there are many tall Karri trees and bush understory. Around the parking areas look for Purple – Crowned Lorrikeet, Sacred Kingfisher, Scarlet Robin and many other species!

Tours

Reviews

Paul Walker
Paul Walker
4.0
I liked the self-guided tour. It's great to go at your own pace. I would have preferred an option for a shorter audio commentary (bullet lists suit me perfectly). I've seen most of the caves in the area and this one is as good as any. Just be prepared for massive number of steps at the end!
Dr. Alestie
Dr. Alestie
5.0
Amazing. Worth the entrance fee. Perhaps do not bother with the sound tour and focus on taking amazing photos. Very safe with enough lighting. Designated paths to go along. Quite a bit of climbing up stairs and there is a walk after the caves and going back to the ticketing centre. Great place overall. Reccomended to bring water and go for lunch before.
Chris Steenkamp
Chris Steenkamp
5.0
Stunning cave. Self guided tour with earphones. Experience on your own leisurely pace. Part of the 4 caves pass. Just be careful when crossing Cave road when exiting.
thatmelliekid
thatmelliekid
5.0
Loved being able to walk around and wander without a big group! Absolutely amazing fun! Just be careful on all those stairs at the end!
Little Puppy
Little Puppy
5.0
An excellent Australian heritage for oversea tourists to visit. It showcase the rich diversity of landscapes in Western Australia. The guides are very professional and know their subjects very well. I highly recommend a visit.

Reviews

Paul Walker
Paul Walker
4.0
I liked the self-guided tour. It's great to go at your own pace. I would have preferred an option for a shorter audio commentary (bullet lists suit me perfectly). I've seen most of the caves in the area and this one is as good as any. Just be prepared for massive number of steps at the end!
Dr. Alestie
Dr. Alestie
5.0
Amazing. Worth the entrance fee. Perhaps do not bother with the sound tour and focus on taking amazing photos. Very safe with enough lighting. Designated paths to go along. Quite a bit of climbing up stairs and there is a walk after the caves and going back to the ticketing centre. Great place overall. Reccomended to bring water and go for lunch before.
Chris Steenkamp
Chris Steenkamp
5.0
Stunning cave. Self guided tour with earphones. Experience on your own leisurely pace. Part of the 4 caves pass. Just be careful when crossing Cave road when exiting.
thatmelliekid
thatmelliekid
5.0
Loved being able to walk around and wander without a big group! Absolutely amazing fun! Just be careful on all those stairs at the end!
Little Puppy
Little Puppy
5.0
An excellent Australian heritage for oversea tourists to visit. It showcase the rich diversity of landscapes in Western Australia. The guides are very professional and know their subjects very well. I highly recommend a visit.