Mammoth Cave, Margaret River

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Mammoth Cave, Margaret River - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Mammoth Cave, Caves Road, Forest Grove, WA, 6285, Australia

Phone: +61-897577411

Ticket Price: 23 AUD

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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Of all the famous caves in this region, this is the most accessible, and the first chamber here is known for being accessible by wheelchair. Upon arrival, you'll be provided with an audio-guide, which will guide you through your tour of the cave. Why is it famous? Fossils. Like the name suggest, the cave has preserved the remains of various Australian Megafauna. First discovered in the early 1900s embedded in the limestone rock, about 10000 fossils were found; some of these are at least 50,000 years old. Your tour will end in a pretty natural trail through what’s known as a 'Marri' forest.

If you visit the cave during winter, you'll find a red-colored stream flowing through it.

Mammoth Cave Ticket Prices

  • Kids (4-16 years old): 12.50 AUD
  • Family of four: 58 AUD

Mammoth Cave Opening and Closing Hours

  • The self-guided tour takes about an hour to complete.
  • Last entry is at 4pm.

How To reach Mammoth Cave by Public Transport

  • The caves are at a 20 minute drive south (25 km) from Margaret River.

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  • This cave is not your typical marvelous cave, but it sure is one of the few self guided tours out there in Australia. You go your own pace with little people around, it's very quiet since each person has their own headset and it's very informative. Take your time here to enjoy it better!

  • Self guided tour is a great way to see this marvel of nature. When you cross Caves Rd to go back to the carpark do opt for the 700m walk through the forest. Its lovely nature down that way. If you have young kids, they will enjoy it.

  • Great adventure. Lots of history of Australia locked in one spot. The preservation efforts of local government should be praised too.

  • I recommend visiting this place if you like adventure! The self guided tour was very easy to do and came with a lot of interesting facts. The walkways are well lit and organized. It's a bit out of town but because of the friendly and welcoming service at the front I would be willing to come back!

  • Out of this world. Loved all the caves and i was so happy to adventure through such a huge one like mammoth. Staff was lovely! A must do.

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