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Mammoth Cave, Margaret River
Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
Step into a prehistoric world inside of Mammoth Cave. The main chamber is 500 m (1,640 ft) long and lies 30 m (98 ft) below the ground. On your self-guided tour, you'll see fossils of prehistoric animals discovered in the cave. The staff here provide an MP3 player and headphones to deliver information as you explore the ambient-lit caverns. The main chamber is wheelchair-accessible, but the other chambers contain stairs. The long path from the end of the caves back to the reception area passes through a swampy area, so bring insect repellent if you visit in summer. Use our Margaret River itinerary maker to add Mammoth Cave and other attractions to your Margaret River vacation plans.
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This is the biggest cave I've been in and it deserves its name. You are given an MP3 player and headphones (included in the price) so that you can tour the cave at your our pace. There are a quite a n... read more »
A must see in the Margaret River area. We will be back - just magical, and great even with young kids.
We had a good time at Mammoth Cave although some of our headsets stopped working part way through. It was a shame the longer walk back was closed due to weather. Worth a look.
Beautiful caves. Though smaller than some, these caves have an incredible density of formations, and the audio about all of the fossils that were discovered here was super interesting. Definitely a unique cave and worth a visit!
After having just completed the Tour of the Lake Cave, this was our next natural progression. you are given an audio device with headphones and can listen along with your walk. The only trouble with this I found was that you generally walk a lot faster than the audio assumes, and for the most part I was long past something when it was mentioned on the audio. I gave up and just enjoyed the awesome natural beauty of the caves, and could easily imagine I was in Lord of the Rings going through the Mines of Moria, running from the Orcs. Accessibility wise, my 67 year old mother found it quite easy going - there are some stairs of course, but it is much easier than the Lake Cave to get around. Very much recommended when in Margaret River, and will work up and appetite, so make sure to fit in a winery or two on the way back!
Massive caves... mapped route with audio tours available.. extremely beautiful formations and heaps of pre historic fossils can be viewed easily.
A fantastic natural monument that is well worth the price of entry. Walk slowly through the caves to enjoy the audio guide fully.
A beautiful and impressive cave. Definitely worth visiting while you're in the area.
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