Visit the impressive Wollondilly Cave at Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve. You can take a guided tour to find out more about cave geology.
NSW's top cave adventures
From guided tours to DIY walks, NSW's amazing caves are the perfect all-weather adventures for families and intrepid explorers alike. Descend into the oldest discovered open caves in the world at Jenolan Caves. See the largest natural arch in the southern hemisphere at Abercrombie Caves. Learn your 'tites' from your 'mites' and marvel at the dazzling decorations of Kosciuszko's Yarrangobilly Caves, 400 million years in the making. Check out exclusive school holiday tours for caves normally closed to the public.
Explore these underground worlds
Take a self-guided tour of Archway Cave, which has the largest natural arch in the southern hemisphere. Its special features include the historic gold miners dance platform, built in 1880.
Explore the caves at Jenolan Karst Conservation Reserve. Not far from Oberon, it’s a great daytrip or weekend away; you can stay overnight in heritage accommodation.
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This guided tour of Belfry Cave takes in the upper levels of the Archway. It's for true adventurous spirits – you'll be crossing a suspension bridge and climbing ladders just to get to there!
Be sure to take the self-guided tour of the impressive Fig Tree Cave while you’re at Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve. The cave decorations are a sight to see.
Yarrangobilly Caves in Kosciuszko National Park is one of the most beautiful limestone karst systems in Australia and can be explored by the whole family.
Take the easy walk from Borenore picnic area to Verandah Cave, where you can explore its limestone outcrops and pools of water in Borenore Karst Reserve.
Bushrangers Cave is named for the bushrangers who roamed the rugged Abercrombie Ranges in 1830, and used the cave as a shelter. Join this tour to find out more.
Red Hands Cave in Blue Mountains National Park is one of the best showcases of Aboriginal rock art in the area. The walk starts at Euroka campground or Glenbrook carpark.
Take a self-guided tour along the Sandstone Caves walking track to see ancient Aboriginal rock art. For more of an insight into Aboriginal history, book a guided tour.