There has been no damage to the cave and all of the stunning formations and stygofauna remain protected. The surrounding vegetation is expected to recover and eventually produce brilliant regrowth. All of the major infrastructure was saved thanks to all of the great teams involved. Unfortunately, sections of the boardwalk from the main building to the cave entrance have been damaged and we are working hard to make the necessary repairs, with an aim to reopen early July, 2022
In the meantime, we recommend that you visit the beautiful Mammoth, Jewel Cave or Ngilgi Cave.
Above ground, admire the views from the Lake Cave Deck; a spectacular viewing platform in the treetops, suspended over the sunken entry to the cave. Don’t forget to brush up on your cave knowledge at the interpretive centre, with information about the Leeuwin-Naturaliste caves, as well as fascinating insights into caves all over the world.