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Wollondilly Cave

Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve

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Wollondilly Cave is the longest and most diverse cave at Wombeyan. Book a guided tour to see the stunning features of this sparkling 5-level cave. A trip to Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve wouldn’t be complete without a visit.

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No wheelchair access
1.5km return
Time suggested
1hr 30min
Medium. Suitable for all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult. A moderate level of fitness is required for this tour. This cave has a steep entrance, narrow passages and 6 stairways with 500 steps.

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

Tours run most days. Dates and times are displayed when making an online booking.

Meeting point
Wattle Hill
What to
Sturdy shoes, suitable clothing
Book now for this tour, or bundle it into a 2-cave or 3-cave combo. Phone 1300 072 757 for more information or book online.
Please note
  • There is a moderately steep, 500m gravel path to the cave entrance. Allow 15 minutes to walk from the carpark to the meeting point.
  • The ground in the cave can be slippery, so please take care.
  • The temperature in the cave is approximately 15˚C all year round.
  • Food is not permitted inside the cave.
  • The cave is not suitable for prams.
  • There are no toilets near the cave entrance. Please use the public amenities at the visitor centre.
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Journey into a mystical underworld on a guided tour through Wollondilly Cave. It’s the longest, most varied cave in the Wombeyan Caves network and stretches across an incredible 5 levels.

Learn about transformations that have taken place over millions of years inside the cave as you explore pathways created by free-flowing streams. The cave walls will come alive before your eyes, sparkling throughout its 5 major chambers. Don’t forget to use the flash on your camera to capture the stalactites, stalagmites and other fascinating cave formations you’ll see along the way.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

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Read our Wombeyan Caves blog

Rediscover the magic of Wombeyan Caves with helpful tips from our blog. From unmissable caves to overnight accommodation options, it covers everything you need to know before you hit the road. Plan your underground nature escape today.

Visitors check out impressive cave formations in Wollondilly Cave at Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve. Credit: Remy Brand © DPE


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