Wombeyan Caves, Taralga

4.6
Must see · Cave · Nature / Park
The Wombeyan Caves are caves that have formed in marble, in the Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve, New South Wales, Australia. Wombeyan Caves is a tourist attraction and local holiday area, as well as a reserve for endangered species, such as several species of wallaby, bird, possum, and wombat.

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  • I camped at Wombeyan Caves, so it was super fun. The wildlife is incredible, and the caves are kid-friendly (recommended only if can climb a ladder).  more »
  • We picnicked in the grounds of the caves which were very pleasant. We walked around the area but did not do the self-guided cave tour as the cost was excessive. The place was showing excess wear...  more »
  • Wombeyan Cave's is one of the most beautiful places to visit and I've visited them quite a few times, but the camp kitchen and communal dinning area were nothing short of disgusting and filthy. It...  more »

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