Mammoth CaveCurrently Closed
- Address: Mammoth Cave, Caves Road, Forest Grove, WA, 6285, Australia, Margaret River
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +61-897577411
- Ticket Price: 23 AUD
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Cave, Geological Formation, Family And Kids
Mammoth Cave - Review
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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Things to Know Before Visiting Mammoth Cave
95% of people who visit Margaret River include Mammoth Cave in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
69.99% of people start their Mammoth Cave visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Mammoth Cave
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Mammoth Cave
Mammoth Cave Map
Mammoth Cave Trips
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Mammoth Cave, Margaret River Reviews
Loved it was worth every cent of the entry fee its the only self paced cave tour which suited us. The cave is amazing but be ware there are a lot of stairs to climb up at the end but you can turn around had head back out the way you came in.
Slow down your vehicle as you approach the entrance as it is near a bend. Website says it is accessible by wheelchair in the 1st cave hall (out of 3 halls) but we were asked to leave our pram at the entrance/cashier. Staff was super polite and friendly eventhough she was by herself; took the time to explain things. Take your time as there are plenty of information to soak in, plus you'll be going up and down the stairs several times. Quiet a challenge for elderly people; exiting the cave alone requires another 100+ steps of ascending stairs.
Really beautiful here. Enjoyed the guided recorded tour, great to be able to do it at our own pace with 8yo and 2yo. Mammoth cave is huge and cavernous so a great cave for claustrophobes! Not taxing for the kids either, they both handled it well including choosing the longer scenic route back to the start after exiting the cave. Beautiful part of Australia! Glad we went.
Nice big cave. Easy walk through it. Educational. Quite a few steps along the route so may not be convenient to the elderly or those who have difficulty with stairs. But it is worthwhile visiting for those who are keen to know a bit about caves.
Very interesting and educational! Do reccomend going at no later than 4pm as it usually takes 45min to an hour and they close at 5pm. Lucky for us as it was public holidays we still could go through and the lady stayed back. Beautiful cave! Great service.