Ngilgi Cave

Star 4.7 (5 Google reviews)
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Semi-guided tours of the show cave. Ngilgi Cave Centre open 9.00am - 5.00pm. Tours depart every half hour from 9.30am - 4.00pm daily. Extra tours during peak holiday times. Closed Christmas Day.

Ngilgi Cave

Ngilgi Cave is a 5-minute drive from Yallingup, or a 10-minute drive from Dunsborough along Caves Road.
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This exquisitely decorated cave, with its stunning stalactites, stalagmites, helictites and beautifully coloured shawls, was Western Australia’s first tourist attraction.
Hear stories of early exploration, caving by candlelight and romantic escapades from your expert guide, as you make your way to the main show cave, where you will be free to discover the beauty of Ngilgi Cave.

Extensive boardwalks lead you through the impressive chambers of this underground wonderland, with the junior explorer's tunnel providing fun for little ones. Along the way, lighting illuminates hidden marvels and signage allows you to learn more about the remarkable variety of calcite crystal decorations.

Relish the rare opportunity to handle some cave crystals at the touch table - where a guide is available to answer all your burning questions. With a constant temperature of 20°C, the cave is an ideal place to visit year round.

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Gift Shop

Location

Ngilgi Cave

76 Yallingup Caves Rd, Yallingup WA 6282

Reviews

Star 4.7 (5 Google reviews)
Michael Ware 31 October 2021

Nice well-run place. Tour guide was great for the semi-guided tour. Sure there's quite a few steps, but we took it easy, paused often to read the info boards, and didn't really get puffed out.

Marvin Brewster 19 September 2021

Excellent experience. The guide was knowledgeable and friendly which enhanced the visit. Caves are definitely worth a view as there are some spectacular formations on hand. Waited at the deepest part of the cave for the other visitors to pass though, and it was pure silence. With the lights focussed...

S G 19 September 2021

Fantastic place to explore the caves and part of history. The guides were friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. A point to consider if you're going to visit is the 300+ steps you have to go down, and up again, some very narrow, and some high steps, if you're a tall person be careful not to hit your h...

Tim Hyder 09 September 2020

A huge cave with so many interesting things to see. Well worth stopping in and doing her tour