In the early 1900s, people shimmied down a 400 year old Grandma Karri to get down to Lake Cave.
Now, there’s stairs and viewing platforms, which descend through the natural beauty of the doline, down to the small cave entrance.
The doline used to be a giant cavern. Then the ceiling collapsed and created an incredible sunken forest, laden with ferns, karris and wildflowers. It’s breathtaking, which is also how you’ll feel climbing the 325 stairs to the surface.
The suspended deck is the best spot to admire the sunken forest. The view takes in the magnificent doline, which is probably why people choose the spot to get married, and to celebrate other special occasions.