The Yarrangobilly Caves are located within Kosciuszko National Park and only 77km from Tumut. They are probably the most beautiful caves in Australia and well worth a day visit for you and your family or friends. Guided tours are available underground, or you can take a self guided tour, and of
course the Thermal Pool has a constant temperature of 27 Degrees Celsius!
DISCOVERY TOURS North Glory & Smugglers Passage: Explore the impressive North Glory Cave and its ancient stream passages. It features the
immense stalactites of Queens Chamber, the remarkable Helictite Chamber within Smugglers Passage and the Devil’s Kitchen. Harrie Wood Cave: A
unique experience, limited numbers available. Descend into this richly decorated 80m old tourist cave, now open after 11 years of cave research. You
will be issued with a torch and your guide will explain how stalagmites, like trees, contain growth rings and can be viewed as archives of the past. View
the Temple of the Thousand Idols, the heritage crystal bucket and the climate change science monitoring equipment.
(Ages 6yrs+. Average fitness required)
Castle Cave: A unique experience, limited numbers available. Those with a sense of adventure and looking for a special experience can accompany
one of our dedicated and experienced guides to discover this magnificent unlit cave. You will be issued with a helmet and headlamp, this cave offers
very fine formations to large display walls. (Ages 6yrs+. Average fitness required; no crawling)
Discover Geology: Every rock tells a story. Participate in a hands-on session with our resident Geologist who will introduce you to some of the tricks
and secrets geologists use to identify rocks, minerals and fossils. Then apply what you have learnt on a tour through the vast and varied North Glory
Cave. (Ages 6yrs+. Average fitness required)
Looking for something extra? If there are no Discovery tours offered during your visit and you are particularly keen please contact us and we will see if
we can accommodate your request.
Please note that places are limited, bookings are recommended
For bookings please call Yarrangobilly Caves Visitors Centre on (02) 6454 9597 (9am – 5pm, Mon – Fri prior to Thursday 29th). Payment is
non-refundable and is required at time of booking.
Brumbies abound in our area, with many herds of the free-roaming feral horses to be found in the Snowy Mountain region.
Brumbies are the descendants of escaped or lost horses, dating back in some cases to those belonging to the early European settlers. To some, they
are regarded as an environmental pest, but to others they are beautiful specimens living wild and independently of humans.
You can best come across mobs of Brumbies in the forests east of Blowering, or in the evening up on the Snowy Mountains highway towards Selwyn.
You should take extreme care driving on the highway at night because of the abundance of wild life, not only including brumbies but also huge mobs of
kangaroos as well as other animals. They are prone to stand on the Highway at night and are difficult to see given their natural colours, so cautious
driving at a slow speed is recommended.