Yarrangobilly Caves are located within Kosciuszko National Park, 6.5km off the Snowy Mountains Highway, 77km from Tumut and 109km from Cooma.
Yarrangobilly Caves is the perfect spot to spend a day with the family. Go underground on a guided tour and visit the spectacular Jersey or Jillabenan caves, both have impressive displays of some of the most delicate cave formations to be found.
If you want to visit a cave at your own pace then the South Glory is the cave for you. Interpretive information and automated feature lights allows the unique experience of self guiding, so you can take your time and enjoy all this cave has to offer.
Yarrangobilly also has plenty to offer above ground.The thermal pool is a unique geothermal feature of Yarrangobilly Caves. At 27 degrees the water is always warm.
Take a walk along one othe many tracks around the caves and enjoy a picnic lunch.
The caves are open 7 days a week (closed Christmas Day). Guided tours operate at 10.30am, 11:45am, 1:45pm & 3pm, during Summer (between October & June long weekends) and 11am, 1pm and 3pm during winter. Self-guided tours are available between 9:30am and 4pm.
Like to linger a little bit longer at Yarrangobilly Caves? Then why not book a wing at the Yarrangobilly Caves House?
Experience the comfortable isolation of the picturesque Yarrangobilly Valley in your own carefully restored wing of Caves House.
Each wing of the house offers self contained heritage style accommodation, including a fully equipped kitchen, dining room, family room, verandah and outdoor barbeque area.
For more information and bookings please contact the Tumut Visitor Information Centre