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This is a very special place to visit. We loved how many caves there were, and the connection to the land we felt and what we learnt about the significance of the place to the local Aboriginal people past and present, even just from reading the information boards. We saw lots of animal tracks in the sand in the caves... 更多
One can imagine what it was like hundreds of years ago, living in the vicinity of these dwellings. The shade the caves provided from the searing heat must have been welcome. A large fire went through the area 3 years ago so there are many blackened gum trees. What is amazing, is the amount of new growth on the older... 更多
My daughter and I visited in October school holidays. Get info before you leave as its not signposted as Sandstone Caves but Yaminba Trail This place has a calmness about it and takes you back to another time and place. We didn't have a guide but walked around and marveled at the caves and history. The views are spectacular and... 更多
Our family of 3 thoroughly enjoyed the walk around the Sandstone Caves and the insightful information available throughout the walk. The walk was relatively easy for all family members
This is a really wonderful place. The walking trail is well maintained and easy with steps when needed. The toilet is new. The caves are beautiful and the ancient artwork is accessible to view and well protected from damage. This is a site well presented and locals can be proud of there efforts to show visitors.
Follow the directions carefully - it's not sign posted for a reason. Keep your eyes open from 35 km from Coonabarabran. Once there, you'll be rewarded with a beautiful, 2 km circuit walk with lots of interesting things to discover in a small part of the ancient Pilliga Forest.