Every rock tells a story! Come and experience Yarrangobilly Caves on a special guided tour through geological time. This is a fun tour for all the family.
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Australia was once solely inhabited by hundreds of Aboriginal tribes, each with their own language and customs. Join Aboriginal rangers at this fun event and learn about traditional Aboriginal skills.
- Fees apply. Free park entry.
Monday 31 December 2018, Wednesday 2 January and Friday 11 January 2019, 1pm to 2.30pm.
- Riverglade Caravan Park, Tumut
Do you enjoy adventure caving? Challenge yourself on this guided caving tour at Mill Creek Swallet cave in Yarrangobilly, Kosciuszko National Park.
Are you up for a challenge? River Odyssey is a great introduction to the adventure of wild caving. You don't have to be experienced to take part. See Yarrangobilly Caves in a whole new way.
Have you ever had the chance to learn basic bush skills and cook your own food on a campfire? Join the WilderQuest crew in exploring the natural world of Yarrangobilly.
Come on a fun adventure exploring Kosciuszko's natural world through a magnifying glass. Find out where the bugs are hiding around Yarrangobilly Caves and discover amazing things about them.
Test your climbing, crawling and balancing skills on this Kosciuszko WilderQuest adventure! We'll explore some of Yarrangobilly's smaller wild caves, and the creek and forest between them.
Ever wondered about the importance of ecosystems? Want to try something different this school holidays? Join the WilderQuest gang to examine Kosciuszko National Park's natural landscape, near Tumut.
Yarrangobilly is known for its underground caves, but above ground there's an ancient landscape to explore. Join Aboriginal rangers to find about the Wolgalu people, who've lived here for millennia.
Find out about the underground secrets of Castle Cave, in Kosciuszko National Park, with your trusty head torch and a guide by your side.