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Bushrangers Cave tour

Abercrombie Karst Conservation Reserve


Bushrangers and Groves caves closed

Bushrangers and Groves caves are closed until further notice. You can still make a booking to visit Archway or Belfry caves in Abercrombie Karst Conservation 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 guided tour at Abercrombie Caves to find out more.

Abercrombie Karst Conservation Reserve
No wheelchair access
Medium. Suitable for adults and school-age children. Tour includes moderate walk, climbing down a step ladder and crossing a suspension bridge. It takes about 1 hr 40mins.
Adult $33 per person. Senior $30 per person. Pensioner/child $25 per person. Family $83 family for 2 adults and 2 children.
Meeting point
Abercrombie Caves park office
Bookings not required. For further information email or phone Abercrombie Caves on 02 6368 8603. Minimum 2 adults required for tour to run.

Bushrangers Cave was once used by the notorious Ribbon Gang, made up of escaped convicts and led by young English convict-servant Ralph Entwistle. The cave's remote location and narrow passages meant it was an ideal place for the gang to hide out. On this tour you'll also visit King Solomon’s Temple chamber, crossing a suspension bridge to reach it.

Entry to Bushrangers Cave is by guided tour only. It's a good idea to wear sturdy shoes and bring a camera and a jumper (the temperature is cooler inside the cave). Bring a packed lunch if you're planning a day at Abercrombie Caves. There is no mobile phone reception in this park. 

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info