Ngilgi Cave

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Ngilgi cave, Yallingup, Australia, Oceania
Timing: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm
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August
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09:00 am - 05:00 pm

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Address: 76 Yallingup Caves Rd, Yallingup WA 6282, Australia
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About Ngilgi Cave, Yallingup

Ngilgi Cave, previously known as Yallingup Cave, is a Karst cave to the northeast of Yallingup, in the southwest of Western Australia. It was discovered by European settlers when Edward Dawson went searching for stray horses in 1899. He acted as a guide to the cave from December 1900 to November 1937. In many sections of the cave a red layer of soil can be seen, this is called Paleosol.

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Welcome to the page of Ngilgi Cave. This is a place of interest in the city of Yallingup in Australia. Ngilgi Cave is easily missed on a visit to Yallingup.

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  • We had a great time with our 6 and 8 year old. They loved the tunnel so much they went on it about a dozen times! Caves were spectacular, we spent about an hour there in amazement. Well worth a visit.

  • Such beautiful helicites and shawls at this cave. Love that its always 20 degrees all year round. Good to visit in winter.

  • My children enjoyed themselves in the cave. A bit of an adventure for them

  • An excellent cave so those wanting just a bit more than a walk around cave. Stairs, ladders and walkways will have some challenging areas for elderly. Worth a visit.

  • Really enjoyed this, even with two kids and a baby. The semi guided tours are great, as you can do things at your own pace. Leon was a great guide.

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