Ngilgi Cave, Yallingup

  • Address: 76 Yallingup Caves Rd, Yallingup WA 6282, Australia
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +61-897552152
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About Ngilgi Cave, Yallingup

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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  • 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!

  • Lovely natural cave with no coloured lights etc. A short talk at the start then you can look at your own pace. Does have a lot of stairs (about 350 in total which you have to climb back up but not all at once - there are many ups and downs and places to rest) but quite manageable if you take your time. WARNING - the lower oxygen level in the cave can cause breathlessness. Coupled with higher humidity this caused me to have a rare asthma attack. If you suffer from asthma it might pay to avoid this one or at least make sure you are prepared. I had to use an inhaler from the guide's first aid kit. They were great - very helpful.

  • An awesome limestone cave in Yallingup. It's quite a long adventure through the cave but my 4, 7 and 9 year olds loved it. There is even a tunnel built especially for the kids. Expect a lot of steps but you can wander the cave on your own within the confines of the walkways so no time limit.

  • Great cave with Aboriginal history. Not quite as expansive as jewel cave but still some great formations. Due to age some of the steps are concrete and steel unlike the well developed platforms in Jewel Cave. That being said we took two 4 year Olds and a 6 year old down and only received minor complaints from them on the walk back out.

  • I liked the fact that it's a semi guided tour. The tour guide will lead us to a starting point whereby we can continue exploring at our own pace before meeting up with the guide later. The cave has some benches which is good for my elderly parents to take a rest. The steps can be quite steep with bends but it's manageable. It's really a beautiful cave.

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