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Wollondilly Cave

Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve

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COVID-safe cave tours

In line with the latest NSW Government COVID-19 advice, masks are encouraged for indoor settings where you cannot maintain a safe distance from others.

Park closed for upgrades

Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve is closed until 31 August 2023 while we upgrade facilities in this park. Find out more about the improvements underway at Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve.

Visit the impressive Wollondilly Cave at Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve. You can take a guided tour to find out more about cave geology.

Show caves

Entry to Wollondilly is by guided tour only. $24 per adult, $19 child/pensioner, $22 seniors, $60 family (2 adults and children up to age 16). Multi-cave passes available.

Opening times
  • Guided tours available daily at 1pm
  • On weekends, guided tours are available at 10.30am and at 1pm
  • Closed on 24 and 25 December.
What to
Sturdy shoes
Contact Wombeyan Caves office to book a guided tour.
Please note
  • Prices for cave entry and passes are subject to change.
  • Combine your tour of Wollondilly Cave with one of the other show caves in Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve with the Discovery Pass or Explorer Pass.
  • The cave has 500 steps and is narrow in places.
  • The ground in the cave can be slippery, so please take care and wear sturdy shoes.
  • It’s a good idea to take a jumper with you because the temperature is cooler inside the cave

Let yourself be taken into a mystical underworld on a guided tour through Wollondilly Cave. It is the longest and most varied cave in the Wombeyan Caves network and stretches across an incredible five levels.

The cave walls will come alive before your eyes, sparkling throughout the five major chambers. It’s remarkable to think that the pathways through the cave were created by free-flowing streams and that the cave has been undergoing transformations for millions of years. Don’t forget to use the flash on your camera to capture the fascinating cave formations like stalactites and stalagmites you’ll see along the way.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info


Google Street View Trekker

Using Google Street View Trekker, we've captured imagery across a range of NSW national parks and attractions. Get a bird's eye view of these incredible landscapes before setting off on your own adventure.

Google Trekker at Cape Byron State Conservation Area. Photo: J Spencer/OEH.