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 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
78.64% 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 Trips
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Mammoth Cave, Margaret River Reviews
Fascinating limestone cave with stalagmites and stalactites. The guide was very informative detailing the history and findings within this cave. Easy access for people with mobility issues, consisting of a boardwalk. The first part is even wheelchair friendly. Some steps further on. Well worth a visit
Deb was very friendly & helpful. The self guided tour of cave was well worth the visit, good value for money. A lot of steps but no problem at all as there was plenty of places to have a spell.
This cave is HUGE! Really well maintained, nicely lit, but not tacky. The audio tour is decent- definitely extends the time you are there- but it would still take you 45 minutes to get through without the audio. Very pretty. You can go for a little walk/hike after the cave as well which is nice.
Beautiful cave, nicely placed lighting makes the walk really awesome:) History and findings in the cave are interesting. If thats not your thing then its still a nice walk through. Fee to enter also includes audio guides. If visiting during cold months, it's colder in the cave so bring a jacket!
A big cave with a nicely maintained walkway through it and nice atmospheric lights. The crew where cheerful and helpfull. Great for kids! Bring a flashlight with you or buy one there, since lots of nice details are hiding in the shadows.