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Yarrangobilly Caves in the Tumut Region
Home to some of the most beautiful caves in Australia, the opportunity to see something unique and spelling binding are endless at Yarrangobilly. There is something for the entire family to do be that exploring underground caves, a dip in the thermal pool, bushwalking and or simply enjoying the shady trails and summer wildflowers. Birdwatchers can take some time to enjoy the birdsongs or view the endless variety of birds.
Explore the caves created 440 million years ago by taking a self-guided tour through the largest cave, called South glory or enjoy the other caves on guided Discovery tours. These amazing tours run three or four times daily (closed Christmas Day) and are not to be missed. During peak periods and holidays you can join the Aboriginal Discovery rangers for a unique, special and hands-on cultural encounter. For up to date details of activities available please check the website.
Yarrangobilly Cavies is located 87km from Tumut in Kosciuszko National Park approximately 6.5km off the Snowy Mountains Highway heading towards Cooma. In winter it is advisable that you carry snow chains as the road can become covered with snow.
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 and June long weekend) and 11am, 1pm and 3pm during Winter. Self-guided tours are available between 9.30am and 4pm.Tickets are required for all cave inspections and can be purchased from the Yarrangobilly Caves Visitors Centre Ph: 02 6454 9597
Photographs courtesy of Murray Vandermeer.