Don’t miss a guided tour through the oldest show cave at Yarrangobilly – Jillabenan Cave is around two million years old. This intimate cave gets you up close to impressive displays of delicate straws and shawls, cave coral, stalactites and helictites.
If it’s too cold or hot outside, a cave tour's a great choice, though it’s worth taking a jacket as temperatures are around 13˚C underground.
After your tour, walk to the Thermal Pool for a relaxing soak in the 27˚C mineral waters, or visit one of Yarrangobilly’s other beautiful caves. A short walk up the road from Jillabenan Cave carpark, Bluff lookout offers panoramic views of the Yarrangobilly Valley and Caves House.
Jillabenan Cave is one of the few wheelchair-accessible caves in Australia, and is ideal for young families and older visitors. A cave-specific wheelchair can be provided, please contact the Yarrangobilly Caves Visitor Centre.
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