Glow Worm Caves, North Tamborine

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Cave Wildlife Area
Glow Worm Caves is an artificial cave system built in an area of rainforest with lakes, wildfowl, lizards, and other wildlife. The cave is a marvel of modern science with thousands of twinkling lights created by glowworms. Hike through the rainforest to reach the cave where you will learn about these fascinating little creatures. Afterwards, stop by the Cedar Creek Winery to sample local wines or enjoy a meal overlooking the beautiful scenery. See Glow Worm Caves and all North Tamborine has to offer by arranging your trip with our North Tamborine travel itinerary planner.
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TripAdvisor
  • Very good attraction for the price ($12 per adult) 30 minute tour of glow worm cave that includes short educational video and about 10 minutes inside the man made cave. The worms were a lot brighter t...  more »
  • Seriously I would not recommend spending money to go on the Cedar Creek Estate Glow Worm Tour.. can't believe that they charge that much to show you a 5 minute video then walk you through a cave that ...  more »
  • Nice little example of glow worm caves. The cave is all man made and not as spectacular as its New Zealand equivalent but definitely worth a visit for those who have never seen glow worms before. Staf...  more »
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  • The glow worm tour was absolutely awesome with lots of information on hand and the tour guide Alex was really awesome and the family loved it. The cellar door looked awesome and busy. However due to the wet tiles out the front from the rain my son face planted the tiles and cracked his top front tooth these things happen with kids however my wife had to go back in twice for them to give us some ice to put on his mouth and they didn't seem to care about his welfare but more interested in how much wine they could sell to the two bus loads of foreigners. Other than that I would highly recommended a visit to see the glow worms.
  • Wonderful experience to watch such a living wonder with a guided tour, worthwhile spending time and money to view these wonderful creatures who do glow in the dark as universe, galaxy in the dark sky. Good narration from the guide.
  • Lot's of information i really didn't need to know, unless i decide to infiltrate a gang of international glow worm experts. Really good though, seriously
  • Pleasantly surprised by the facility and the man made glow worm cave is well worth the money, the guides were awesome, real asset to the organisation. The wines were pretty second rate - at least the ones we taste tested.
  • It was a good activity for the kids for a rainy day but wouldnt go if there was other things on. For a family I think it is a bit over priced considering it is not a real cave and just a small corridor. Tour guide with informative though and the little kids enjoyed it. Nice drive to the top so that is cool too.