Ngilgi Cave

  • Address: 76 Yallingup Caves Rd, Yallingup WA 6282, Australia
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +61-897552152
  • Ticket Price: Free

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Ngilgi Cave was discovered in the year 1899 and since then has been astonishing tourists with its almost unbelievable ancient wonders. The cave is home to magnificent stalagmite, stalactite, shawl and stalagmite formations and attracts a lot of people from far and wide. The cave truly does have a very interesting history and you could choose to explore the caves at your own pace with a semi-guided tour or select your own adventure. A playground, cafe, barbecue facilities and the lovely trails make Ngilgi Cave an exciting place to visit with the entire family. You are sure to have a memorable experience at the Ngilgi Cave.

How To reach Ngilgi Cave by Public Transport

  • Bus Pemberton to stop : Caves Rd From Yallingup

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  • Ngilgi Cave Address: 76 Yallingup Caves Rd, Yallingup WA 6282, Australia
  • Ngilgi Cave Contact Number: +61-897552152
  • Ngilgi Cave Timing: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Ngilgi Cave Price: Free
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  • 31.25% of people who visit Yallingup include Ngilgi Cave in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Ngilgi Cave visit around 09 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Ngilgi Cave

Monday and Tuesday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Ngilgi Cave

People normally also visit Dunsborough Visitor Centre while planning their trip to Ngilgi Cave.

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  • Amazing and beautiful, rarely can you find a place with such history and culture, the climb though the cave was breath taking... almost literally with all the ups and down. The crystals are some how stunningly beautiful and at the same time terrifying. A must see for any and all who come to southern western Australia.

  • This place is an amazing natural wonder. The tour was excellent, the staff were very clear and thorough, even with such a big group. The aboriginal stories really topped it off. The "bacon strip" formation was my favourite Park.

  • Interesting walk through the cave. We had our toddler in a carrier and some parts were tricky, but the walkways and lighting throughout are easy to navigate. The 30 min staggering of tours was great because it wasn’t too crowded. Staff were friendly and informative. A word of warning to others- make sure you leave any loose items in the car! Ngilgi Cave will forever be the custodian of my sunglasses!

  • The staff are very friendly and the semi guided tour is extremely interesting. The cave itself is amazing to see, definitely check it out!

  • Excellent place to visit, a must to experience at least once in your life. The semi guided tour is really just an introduction and some information about what your about to see, how old it is, and how deep into the cave you are about to decend. Also you are informed that there are alot of steps and due to the carbon dioxide in the cave it makes you feel unfit and short of breath, but dont panic there is plenty of places to sit and have a break. Once you are given all the information and led into the cave you get to explore the whole thing at your own pace, which was great! Allow a good 2-3hrs period to explore and take it all in properly. Amazing crystallized formations. Oh and they close 5pm sharp, so make sure you get out before then because they padlock the gate! The complex is vast a person could end up locked in(no joke)!

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