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Jewel Cave, Augusta
Categories: Geologic Formations, Caves, Nature & Parks
Witness the artistry of nature in Jewel Cave. On your guided tour of the four expansive chambers, you'll see straw stalactites billed as the longest in any tourist-accessible cave in the world. Thicker stalactites also reach for the floor of the cave, creating the illusion of a melting ceiling. The space inside is relatively open, and the path easy to negotiate. After you emerge from the cave, walk through the stand of towering Karri (eucalyptus) trees surrounding the site. The Preservation Centre here has interpretive information and a cafe. Tours run frequently. See Jewel Cave and all Augusta has to offer by arranging your trip with our Augusta trip itinerary maker.
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This is an easy Cave walk, about an hour tour you get the previlege of getting up close and personal with the Stalactite as you make your way through the tight corners and crevices of the cave, you ca... read more »
My husband and I did the Jewel Cave tour during school holidays. You don't need to book as we turned up 5 minutes before the 1:30pm tour and got in fine. The tour took about an hour and the cave is ma... read more »
Jewel Cave was my favourite of the caves. Lots of stair down, but spectacular once inside. The tour guide was very informative and the tour is nicely paced to take photos as you go. The girls were a b... read more »
Fantastic experience. It was a real joy to explore such a beautiful cave. Our guide, Rusty, was really professional and knowledgable.
A MUST visit. Cave and it's formation are stunning. Only peeve that a guided tour is needed. We would have taken our time to slowly appreciate the formations.
Beautiful, big cave with magnificent decorations. Unfortunately dry, non active cave with no water. When I visited it they had some kind of renovation there so all facilities were mobile which didn't give good overall impression.
Too hard if you bring small kids, lots of steep 🚶... I feel like good but my wife didn't
I enjoyed the tour and the cave - well worth a visit.
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