Tantanoola Caves Conservation Park, Mount Gambier

Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
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4.5/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
Tantanoola Caves Conservation Park is located in Mount Gambier. Put Tantanoola Caves Conservation Park at the forefront of your travel plans using our Mount Gambier itinerary builder.
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  • This cave is small, but the most densely packed cave I've seen in terms of visually appealing structures. You've got all the types of dripstones (straws, stalagtites/mites, columns and pillars and of ...  read more »
  • Happy we visited here! The cave was very small and there is an entry fee per person however the tour guide mentioned the size of the cave before purchasing tickets. I felt the guide (can't remember he...  read more »
  • OMG.... Would recommend doing Naracoorte caves THEN come here for the WOW factor. It is a small cave wheel chair accessible too. There or no words to describe how wonderful this little cave is. A must...  read more »
  • Though small the cave is very pretty..has many features and tours are conducted by enthusiastic staff. Wheel chair friendly.
  • Awesome cave and very informative tour guide! A must see when your in Mount Gambier as it's only a short and beautiful drive to Tantanoola
  • Breathtaking cave! Definitely one of the best I've even seen. The short tour explains the amusing discovery of the cave and how the structures inside are formed. It is so pretty and many amazing photos were taken inside. 10/10.
  • Small but beautiful. Wheelchair accessible. Very nice staff. Make sure to visit there,
  • What a great cave and park staff that look after it. They were so kind to our children and told everyone they could stay as long as we wanted, even if the next tour started. The cave isn't the biggest, but it's not the most expensive either. The walk over the top is fun also
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