Ngilgi Cave Ancient Lands Experience

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Ngilgi Cave Ancient Lands Experience

Ngilgi Cave Ancient Lands Experience is self-guided. Open 9.00am - 5.00pm. Last Entry 4:00pm. Closed Christmas Day.
Ngilgi Cave is a 5-minute drive from Yallingup, or a 10-minute drive from Dunsborough along Caves Road.
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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


Star 4.7 (1913 Google reviews)
Aline Dubois 02 October 2023

What a beautiful surprise!! Absolutely spectacular cave! Walking down and up all those stairs was well worth it!! Our 2 teenagers absolutely loved it, too! Very friendly and knowledgeable staff, the path to go to the cave had a $3M upgrade, it's beautiful! We highly recommend going when visiting this beautiful region.

Pavan Raghuram 24 November 2023

This cave system is made up of just 2 million years old limestone which is the youngest in the world. And I felt happy to come across this site on my southern expedition. Learnt much more through the information boards placed accordingly across the site.

Laura K 13 November 2023

Enclosed shoes are not enforced and walk at you own risk as your step count will be over 300! I had a great experience seeing the cave and exploring at my own pace (not guided). Definitely worth a look as no words can describe how you feel as you adventure through the narrow boardwalk. The lobby area has toilets and plenty of parking including spaces for buses/caravans.

Charles Soh 01 October 2023

We have visited most of the other caves in the south west region, and this cave has the newest facilities. Everything other than the cave itself seems to be new. The bathrooms are new, well maintained and clean. Allow at least 1 hour to tour the cave itself. Be prepared to go up and down many stairs. You’ll get a decent workout for sure. Some spaces are fairly tight with narrow widths and low ceiling openings. Remember to bring a torch light so that you can see dimly lit areas of the cave.