Jewel Cave, Augusta
(4.7/5 based on 800 reviews on the web)
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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  • Jewel Cave is fantastic. The insides are mesmerizing and with guide Crusty, you can't go wrong. A must go! 
  • This is a huge cave with the wow factor , add in some very good guides and you have a recipe for an enjoyable afternoon.there is a cafe on site for a coffee after. 
  • Jewel Cave is a good place to visit if you are in the area. It's not particularly spectacular as caves go, but still worth a tour. The guide was very knowledgeable and explained things very well. The ...  more »
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  • Had a great tour 13 Nov - very organised and well presented by our Tour Guide Deb was fantastic .. Don't miss this also has a cafe & gift shop.
  • I've been to the rest of the caves in the area and this is by far the most polished in terms of presentation leading up to the entrance. The other caves like Mammoth and Lake are great as well though.
  • 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.