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Mulwaree Cave

Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve

Overview

Explore the shining decorations and beautiful colour variations during a guided tour of Mulwaree Cave.

Type
Show caves
Where
Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve
Price

Entry to Mulwaree Cave is by guided tour only. $22 per adult, $17 child/pensioner, $20 seniors, $55 family (2 adults and children up to age 16).  Contact (02) 4843 5976 to book. Multi-cave passes available.

Opening times

Tours of Mulwaree Cave are offered by prior arrangement or on long weekends only.

What to
bring
Sturdy shoes
Please note
  • Prices for cave entry and passes are subject to change.
  • Combine your tour of Mulwaree Cave with one of the other show caves in Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve with the Discovery Pass or Explorer Pass.
  • The cave has 226 steps
  • Even during summer, conditions in the cave can be cool and damp, so please bring a jumper.
  • The ground in the cave can be slippery, so please wear sturdy shoes and take care.
  • There is limited mobile reception in this park

Making up one of the upper levels of expansive Wollondilly Cave, Mulwaree Cave, accessible only during a guided tour, is one of Wombeyan’s most spectacular caves. The colour variations seen on the walls, the shining wax-like decorations, and the stalactites along the pathway are incredibly striking.

The cave itself is 200m long, and there are quite a number of steps to negotiate during the one-hour guided tour, so please be well-prepared for your visit.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

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Mulwaree Cave, Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve. Photo: Steve Babka