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Mulwaree Cave

Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve

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Wombeyan Caves Road closed

Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve will remain closed as it is inaccessible while the local Council repairs flood damage along Wombeyan Caves Road from both directions. The road is now closed from both Mittagong and Taralga. Find out more about the improvements underway at Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve.

Discover shining decorations and beautiful colour variations on a guided tour of Mulwaree Cave in Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve.

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Entry to Mulwaree Cave is by guided tour only. Adult $24 per person. Child/pensioner $19 per person. Senior $22 per person. Family $60 (2 adults and children aged up to 16 years). Multi-cave passes are available.

Opening times

Mulwaree Cave is open by prior booking and on weekends and school holidays. Closed on Christmas Day.

What to
Sturdy shoes, suitable clothing
Contact Wombeyan Caves office to book a guided tour.
Please note
  • The ground in the cave can be slippery, so please take care.
  • It's a good idea to take a jumper with you because the temperature is cooler inside the cave.

Mulwaree Cave is one of Wombeyan’s most spectacular caves. It makes up one of the upper levels of the expansive Wollondilly Cave and can only be explored by guided tour.

Learn about the fascinating features of this cave on this one-hour tour. Look out for the incredible colour variations on the cave walls and shining, wax-like decorations as you move through the cave. The stalactites along the pathway are also incredibly striking. 

The cave is 200m long and there are over 200 steps to negotiate, so please be well prepared for your visit.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info


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