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Ngilgi Cave

Yallingup Caves Road, Yallingup, Western Australia, Australia
+61 8 9755 2152
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Explore the ancient wonders of Ngilgi Cave! The Cave is warm in winter and cool in summer. Ngilgi Cave is located just off Caves Road, a short distance north of Yallingup, beneath the limestone ridge which forms Cape Naturaliste. The fascinating association with a rich Aboriginal legend describing the battle between a good spirit (Ngilgi) and an evil spirit (Wolgine) gives Ngilgi Cave its name. Explore the cave and experience stunning stalactite, stalagmite, helictite and shawl formations. Visit an interpretive area detailing Ngilgi Cave's interesting history. A cafe, playground, barbecue facilities and walk trails make Ngilgi Cave a fun place to visit for the entire family. OPENING HOURS 9.00Am to 5.00Pm (First tour at 9.30Am Last entry to Ngilgi Cave at 4.00Pm.)
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“adventure tour” (49 reviews)
“own pace” (46 reviews)
Yallingup Caves Road, Yallingup, Western Australia, Australia
+61 8 9755 2152
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Reviewed yesterday

The tour guide was knowledgeable and visiting the cave was a fantastic activity for a perfect wintery (sunny!) afternoon. The acoustics in the cave are wonderful and the tour guide encouraged us to sing! Most were shy in the group but as everyone explored in...More

Thank SFN71
Reviewed 2 days ago

We did the combined lighthouse and caves package. The cave journey starts with a guide advising of both the aboriginal story (very interesting) and tourism discovery of the caves. Once the safety aspects are explained as well, the guide leaves you to wander through the...More

Thank Austyannie
Reviewed 2 days ago

Was a wet, rainy summer day and we took 5 children ages from 7 months to 7 years. Had brilliant trip round the caves. Rory was excellent, and the kids loved the tunnel of doom and the fairy garden especially. We managed to get the...More

Thank 347nikkid
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Great small group tour. Went with my 11 year old. Crawling through crevasses and down dry river beds. Great for the adventurous. Super.

Thank lauraw
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited Ngilgi Cave last October and enjoyed it so much, we decided to come back again. This time we booked the ultimate experience had the most amazing time, going to parts of the cave that few people get to see, including active parts where...More

Thank gleefull
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I went along for this adventure having no idea what to expect. What a fabulous experience I was in for. Climbing, wriggling, crawling and some cramped walking through a magnificent collection of cave sites. Quite challenging but a terrific adventure which was managed very professionally...More

Thank Rossatkin24
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We made a spontaneous decision to visit Ngilgi Cave when we passed it during our wanderings in the south-west (we were staying in Busselton). So glad we did! I don't think I've visited a limestone cave since I was a child. Ngilgi was spectacular and...More

Thank Narelle M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

One of the best caves I've seen in WA. So much to see. I like the self guided tour so you can take your time and really enjoy it.

Thank comphelp
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We had an interesting time and it had been many years since I last went. Although a lot older I think it was more interesting this time around.

Thank Keza_WA
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A beautiful cave that is well woth a visit. Especially liked the “bacon slice” formations. Guides were friendly and informative. There are some areas where the stairs get steep and you have to duck down to get through, but it is a cave after all.

Thank Van_Wyks
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29 December 2017|
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Response from Maureen T | Reviewed this property |
We just showed up & paid then the guide takes you cown gives you a little info & then leaves ypi to explore at your leisure & forever how long you wish yo stay.
Liyun M
26 August 2017|
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Response from Lonestarbc | Reviewed this property |
as with many caves it's around 15c, very comfortable as there is quite a bit of walking and steep steps
6 March 2017|
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Response from Keen Seng C | Reviewed this property |
Yes. There are stairways the entire way. Though parts of it are fairly steep.