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If you are in the Mount Gambier area, these caves (located just over the border in Victoria & on the Glenelg River) are a "must see" ... simply amazing & beautiful. The guided 45 minute tour of the cave is very informative & certainly worth...More
We had a great guided tour by a very knowledgeable person who spoke about the history of the caves and how they were made
Due to easter weekend there was a lot of people and some very badly behaved - talking over the guid and...More
We've just returned from a camping trip to the caves campground. Having flushing toilets & showers in a national park makes it a very appealing option. The birdlife in the area is wonderful. We used the location as a great base to explore the region....More
Steep walk from the ferry terminal. Probably a bit dear at $20 each for a short tour. On the positive side the guide was very informative and although the caves were smaller than the ones in Tasmania they had nice formations. Nice combo of activities...More
The positive was that the lady doing the tour knew her stuff and was very informative.
The bad is that $20 per person for a 20 minute tour is what I would consider highway robbery!!!! We went to the buchan caves in lakes entrance about...More
Visited the caves on 13th March and was the last tour of the day. 9 guests on the tour and the guide so plenty of personal attention and the cave formations were wonderous. Nature really doesn't know how to surpass all expectations. Only grip is...More