Capricorn Caves, Rockhampton
Capricorn Caves, Rockhampton - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 30 Olsens Caves Rd, The Caves QLD 4702, Australia
Ticket Price: 80 AUD
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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Cave, Tour, Family And Kids, Adventure, Cathedral , Nature
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About Capricorn Caves, Rockhampton
If the idea of a wedding in a million year old cave cathedral with natural acoustics all bedecked in fairy lights doesn’t arouse the romantic in you, then tell someone who might be interested. The cave is privately managed, and for once that’s a good thing. Various kinds of tours are offered, such as the Cathedral Tour or the Adventure Tour. They even have an in-house accommodation facility for those wishing to make an all night party of their events. The tour guides are knowledgeable about each cave, and each cave is unique. They might carry disco lights along with them because there’s a cave that when lit up is said to remind people of Disneyland. Is it the best spelunking and abseiling experience in the world? Probably not. Is it a near guarantee of a good time? Absolutely.
Capricorn Caves Information
- You can host various events here, including parties, birthdays and even weddings (at the Cathedral caves).
- Wear closed shoes.
- Check out the gift shop.
- Physical fitness required.
- Not for under sixteen.
Capricorn Caves Ticket Prices
- The Summer Solstice Lights Festival costs AUD 27 per adult.
Restaurants Near Capricorn Caves
- Alfresco dining-Cappuccinos
- Bar at the Caves
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the caves where well worth the money and very knowledgeable guide. we stayed in the cabin, was very clean and nice setting. would have liked to stay longer and would stay again. the only fault i could find was it would have been nice to have the air con on before we got to the cabin as it was very hot on arrival
If you are traveling through or stopping off at Rocky you have to go to the Limestone Caves they are incredible. Guided walks through the cave system, they are very informative and friendly. The highlight is when you reach the cathedral the natural acoustics is amazing.
-About the powered site- The camproung was nice, it had a big camp kitchen with a fireplace, big bathrooms and a laundry. The location was also very good. It's near to a nice pub, which it's also not expensive and has the Capricorn Caves complex in it. Staying a night in the campground allows you to have a little discount for the caves tour. The caves were awesome and the tour was very well done. Our guide was Kathrine and explained us everything, making all unique. Maybe 30$ is a little bit expensive for an hour tour, but it is worth it.
Exceptional tour with an outstanding Tourguide named Christian! Great insight into the caves and the research. Sustainable tourism awarded. Definitely not too touristic. The tour felt really natural and not made-up!
Beautiful caves and a very nice, funny and informative tour. Our tour guide was both fun and knowledgeable. Would recommend!
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- Discovery Holiday Parks - Rockhampton