Arrived at about 3:00pm, with the last tour at 3:30... Disappointment was thrown out when the staff offered us any cave as we were the only ones. Private tour, effectively which was off the cuff and very informative! Allowed us into the wet cave at 4:30, and remained open for the evolution exhibition... I was extremely impressed with the professionalism... 更多
You really need to spend 2 to 3 hours to visit at least a couple of the caves or three. This is great value, educational, lots of fun and a real treasure for the south-east. Don't miss out or cut yourself short, make sure you stop and spend some time at the caves to really take in the history.
We went there to see the Wet Cave on our own, so I do not know about the guided tours to the other caves. The visit to the Wet Cave is worthwhile. It is not very big, but quite impressing, and the walking through is made brilliantly (with lights automatically going on as you go along).
Visited the Alexandra cave and it was extremely informative and interesting. I first visited here almost 60 years ago and very much enjoyed the return visit. Our guide was extremely informative and passionate about the caves. Would be a great thing to do with kids who would really enjoy the experience.
This is a site of world significance, and the tour was good. Tours are a bit pricey ... but really glad I went. The visitor centre display is a bit weird, but interesting anyway. Also did part of the free walk which was nice. Coming from Far North Queensland, Bool Lagoon was really diferent, and we had a great time... 更多
From the first moment you enter the caves it feels as if you've stepped into another world, they stretch quite far and some of the formations are AMAZING. I spent an hour walking around down there and still didn't want to leave.
Wow. what can I say about the N Caves. Absolutely fascinating. I will start by saying that you need to allow the whole day and be organised. If you are as organised as me you can do all three guided tours in the morning. The first one starts at 9:30 am, and the third at 11:30 am for one hour.... 更多
This is always a stopover on the way back from Mount Gambier and though it changes it up slowly, it does change up. Really informative and interesting it's a great thing to do with kids or couples and i have never stopped enjoying it.
Here you step back in time to when giant mammals roamed near an ancient, warm shallow sea with lagoons and swamps. Some of these creatures fell into caves, and here begins an amazing fossil journey. The significance of this place is the same as the Barrier Reef or Daintree Rainforest. It is World Heritage. The cave tours are excellent. The... 更多
We were not only impressed with the remarkable caves, but also with the passion and patience of the guide. I have a disability and was worried about slowing down the group or not being able to complete the tour. Luckily there was only 2 couples, including us and the other woman had a walking sick too.. was made to feel... 更多
We only got a chance to go on the shorter Alexandra cave tour (30mins) due to out little fella wanting to sleep. It was beautiful and the guide was very informative. Have been to the other caves before, which are just as spectacular.
It is an expensive and ok experience. If you had been to Jenolan Caves then not worth visiting unless you want to see fossil cave Near to Naracoorte.