Alerts for Abercrombie Karst Conservation Reserve: fire bans
Updated: 23/11/2014 12:01 AM
“The caves at Abercrombie Karst are truly awe-inspiring. That, plus the beautiful surrounding bush and tranquil Grove Creek make this a fantastic weekend getaway.”
Set in a peaceful valley, Abercrombie Karst Conservation Reserve is a spectacular place to visit and a unique opportunity to experience the hidden depths of NSW. Abercrombie Caves boasts the largest natural arch in the southern hemisphere, as well as a number of other grand, richly decorated caves. Take the kids on a cave tour and go on a magical underground journey.
Re-live mining history and walk to historic Mount Gray, or head to the visitor centre where you can hire a gold pan and try your luck fossicking in the creek. Pack a picnic, walk to the magnificent Grove Creek Falls and take in the dramatic views – this is a great place to catch a memorable photograh. Try your luck trout fishing in the creek or enjoy a refreshing swim surrounded by bush.
With so much to do and see, why not stay overnight? Enjoy a night by the campfire at Ambercrombie Caves campground, or cosy cabins and open fireplaces at Arch Cottage.