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Usually the caves are wet inside but there is very little water entering this one, it is dry and not as cold as most. You can see the original entrance where they used to climb down a ladder and then had to crawl along. Now...More
Our little family visited this awesome cave and were so impressed not only with the caves but with our tour guide Don. He was a wealth of knowledge and patient with our 4 and 1 year old. The short walks around the centre were also...More
Perhaps because it is small and a bit off the beaten track, this was the best and most informative of the many guided cave tours I have experienced all over the world. It was a quiet respectful group including a few children. We were able...More
Lin was very good with her ghost stories but unfortunately she had an adult audience, maybe if we had some kids there it would have been more entertaining especially when she turned off the lights. Despite this Lin was very informative about the stalactite and...More
We got there early. We had an opportunity to visit the grounds . We did. We found the old entrance to the Kelly Hills Caves. It was a wooden ladder that went straight in darkness. Now-a-days, we are well protected.
Now-a-days we go down metal...More
Lovely day for a walk in the bush. Caves nice and cool and dry. Great to see all the different formations, sad they have changed over 30 years, mostly destroyed! Took some cool photos. The guide was interesting, informative but not. Would recommend a visit...More
The Cave's visitor centre and ticket office is located just off the main South Coast Road, approximately 17 kilometres from the Flinders Chase National Park visitor centre. Entry price (with a 20% discount voucher we were given for attending the guided Seal Bay tour) was...More
Amazing caves, with a fascinating history, one about a lost horse which to this day has never been found. Cavers delight. Not for those who don't like enclosed spaces. Eerie without any lights. Good fun.
Don't be put off by thoughts of being stressed by being in enclosed spaces. You will have no problems with the guided tour - we were lucky enough to have Guy take us through. While the tour begins with a number of steep steps, the...More