Google Reviews

03
Jul
2019
Alvin Tang
5.0
This is an easy cave to manage for families with children. The is a boardwalk walkway all the way into and out of the cave. The stairs have handrails to support you as you climb up. I love the idea of the self guided tour where you are provided with an audio set. At each point there is a number to key in for you to listen to the audio guide of the location you are at. This allows you to walk and admire the sights at you own pace. There are even fossils that you can see in the cave. Take your time to admire the cave. You can spend up to an hour or even longer if you wish. This is the one cave you should visit as the sheer size of it is astounding.
27
Apr
2019
Heath Jeffrey
5.0
Best cave of our trip, partly because it was large enough with a few different areas to explore (plus following nature walk to get back above ground), and especially because it is self-guided. Listen to the audio guide or not, focus on photos over history if you want, take your time, don’t get stuck amidst a group... just perfect!
21
Jun
2019
AC_Rain
4.0
Family friendly place to visit. Manageable for young and old. Good useful audio sets. Small gift shop. Beautiful cave.
19
Apr
2019
Benjamin Huang
5.0
One of the few awesome caves around the Margaret River region. This one is quite large and can take a bit of time to go through the features are awesome and wonderful. You can get the self guide headphones and audio player which you teach you plenty about the different features of the cave, along with their history and stories. It is paid entry but you could purchase tickets online and get a discount with a multi-caves visit ticket.