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Yarrangobilly Castle Cave tour

Yarrangobilly area in Kosciuszko National Park


This tour is cancelled until further notice. Experience a genuine caver's journey into the dark underground. Book now to trek along Yarrangobilly River and explore secluded Castle Cave, with a trusty head torch and guide by your side.


Tours have been cancelled until further notice to protect the health and safety of our visitors and staff.

Yarrangobilly area in Kosciuszko National Park
No wheelchair access
Medium. Suitable for adults and children 6 years and over. Average fitness required. The Castle Cave entrance is a 1.6km walk from the carpark.

Adult/child $46 per person (limited spaces available).

Entry fees

A $4 site fee applies for vehicles without a Kosciuszko National Park day entry pass or NPWS All Parks annual pass.

Meeting point
Collect your tickets at Yarrangobilly Caves Visitor Centre at least 30 mins before your tour starts. Then drive 100m to the South Glory carpark. Meet your guide at the ticket box on the road above the carpark or at the Castle Cave entrance, depending on your tour time.
Bookings required. Group bookings available, phone 02 6454 9597 or email Yarrangobilly Caves.

Do you have a sense of adventure? On this exciting 2.5 to 3hr tour of Castle Cave, you'll get to view one of the unlit caves rarely seen by visitors to Yarrangobilly Caves.

One of the more remote caves, in a location too isolated for electricity, Castle Cave was developed in the 1900s. After a 30-min hike up the Yarrangobilly Valley, you'll be given helmets and lights. Led by an experienced NPWS guide, you'll discover the cave's most wonderous crystal formations lit up by torch light. These include a vast array of speleothems, from formations like King Solomons Temple, to delicate straws and helicities.

After exploring the magic of Castle Cave, head off for a swim at the thermal pool. It's a pleasant 27 degrees celsius all year round.

There's no crawling involved on this cave tour, and helmets and head lights are provided. It's a good idea to wear sturdy, enclosed shoes and bring a jacket, even in the warmest weather.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

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