Europeans first explored this underworld in 1834. Like them, you’ll be awestruck by the immense size of its limestone chambers, decorations and rock piles.
The cave is accessed along a 500m gravel track, taking you from Glory Cave carpark to Glory Arch, with its impressive opening to the sky.
This self-guided experience means you can explore the cave at your own pace, with information signs throughout and sensor lights that switch on as you approach. You’ll see the white formations of the Ice Age Chamber, others known as the Lamb’s Fleece’ and Judge’s Wig’, and even a daylight hole 55m above you.
Combine your underground adventure with the scenic Yarrangobilly Caves river walk, and take a dip in the inviting Thermal Pool, which stays 27˚C year-round.
You can also join guided tours of some of Yarrangobilly Caves’ more intimate and delicately decorated…
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