A scenic pathway through native bushland connects a series of interactive installations along the Ancient Lands Experience, bringing you to the entrance of the stunningly decorated Ngilgi Cave which you can explore at your own pace.
Set above-ground at Ngilgi Cave, Ancient Lands Experience takes visitors on a journey to discover the formation of the region in ancient times. An accessible scenic pathway through the native bushland connects a series of interactive installations, each bringing to life the creation of the land, cave formations, the 60,000 year custodianship of the Wadandi people and the native flora & fauna found in the area.
Arriving at the Ngilgi Cave entrance, visitors can explore the exquisitely decorated cave. Adventurers to its depths will marvel at the caves' stunning stalactites, stalagmites, helictites and beautifully coloured shawls in a self-guided experience. Touring at your own pace, you can gain additional insight and guidance from guides stationed throughout the cave.
Ngilgi Cave Ancient Lands Experience
76 Yallingup Caves Rd, Yallingup WA 6282, Australia
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4.7 (1853 Google reviews)
Keestu Tappali Ekanathan09 September 2023
Straight out of an alien/scifi movie and for those geologically inclined adventurers, this reasonably explorable/lit cave is worth the visit. Carrying young children for 300 steps can be challenging and painful.
A lot of work has gone through to make this tour be pragmatic and the effort is noticeable. An unexpected tour guide is present on the way and it gets a bit hot in there.
Dexcellent Reviews17 June 2023
I booked on line for this cave tour and was easy to do with instant confirmation .Arrived 10 minutes early to show ticket and waited for tour to start which started on time.
Tour guide was very informative, friendly, considerate of children and made sure everyone was aware of the tour process.
The cave was much bigger than I imagined and took approximately 1 hour to see. The tour guide took us so far and then the remaining 3/4 was self guided.
If you are elderly it's probably not the right tour for you as there are approximately 350 steps to the bottom and the same coming up. Some of these steps are steep, slippery and you definitely need to duck and bend at times as to not bump your head on the overhanging rocks.
The tour from my experience is well worth it and something as I feel as must see. It was the very first cave to be discovered in the area and WA very first ever tourist attraction.
Teena Cordwell10 September 2023
Incredible experience! The cave is amazing. They have just recently done up the Entrance and the shop. It's really lovely and modern. Huge amount of souvenirs. The staff were so lovely too. As expected, there are a lot of stairs.
Kim Osborne04 September 2023
Excellent Cave, tour guides are with you for ten minutes and then you are free to go at your own pace. There are a lot of stairs so it's best to take your time and rest regularly. There is a guide stationed in the main cave area if needed.