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Wombeyan Caves dormitories

Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve


Wombeyan Caves dormitories provide rustic accommodation for groups offering cave tours, walking, swimming, canyoning and mountain biking, near Wombeyan Caves.

Accommodation Details
Accommodation type Other
Bedrooms 6
Maximum guests 8
Please note

Key collection/check-in and check-out:

  • Kiosk/visitor centre. Keys can be left in doors by prior arrangement.
  • Contact Caves staff on (02) 4843 5976 or by email.
  • Check-in from 2pm and check-out by 10am

Additional products and services:

  • Pay phone available at visitor centre, however no internet service is available.
  • Emergency after hours assistance is available on (02) 4843 5976

Other information:

  • Bedding configuration: 4 x double bunks
  • Eco-friendly accommodation - power and water
  • All bills included
  • Heating
  • Noise restrictions after 10pm
  • The dormitories are in a remote location so it’s a good idea to pick up your supplies before you arrive
  • $72 per room per night
  • $11 per student (school groups)
  • $33 group supervisor’s room

Bookings are required and can be made up to 12 months in advance. Please contact NPWS Wombeyan Caves office on (02) 4843 5976 for further information and availability.

Nestled in a secluded valley on the banks of Wombeyan Creek, Wombeyan Caves dormitories offer a great opportunity to get out amongst nature without sacrificing the comforts of home. Providing rustic accommodation on a scale ideally suited for large groups, the dormitories are situated in the scenic Wombeyan Caves Karst, between Goulburn and Mittagong.

Surrounded by bushland, you’ll most likely wake to birdsong and the sounds of the forest. After a hearty breakfast it’s time to explore the underground wonderland with a range of cave tours. There’s bush walking, swimming, mountain biking, paddling and canyoning for the adventurous and the little ones will love the nearby children’s playground.

With all that exercise, the campers kitchen and dining room will be well-used while feeding the hungry hoards. The dormitories are perfectly suited for families, community groups, overseas visitors, and schools, who are seeking an easy budget accommodation option.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info


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Saving our Species conservation program

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