Capricorn Caves Cathedral Cave Tour

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This popular tour has something for everyone! Showcasing our largest and most spectacular caves, this walk leaves you with lasting memories of ancient geological history, early explorers, the wonders of wildlife and special cave acoustics. Leaving our caves through the Zig Zag passage and suspension bridge, you finish with a sense of adventure. Walkways and ramps make this our most accessible tour. Experienced local guides deliver the captivating stories of this ancient Australian landscape on small-scale interpretive tours.

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Duration: 45 minutes
Starts: The Caves, Australia
Trip Category: Outdoor Activities >> Nature & Wildlife



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This popular tour has something for everyone! Showcasing our largest and most spectacular caves, this walk leaves you with lasting memories of ancient geological history, early explorers, the wonders of wildlife and special cave acoustics. Leaving our caves through the Zig Zag passage and suspension bridge, you finish with a sense of adventure. Walkways and ramps make this our most accessible tour. Experienced local guides deliver the captivating stories of this ancient Australian landscape on small-scale interpretive tours.

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Stop At: Capricorn Caves, 30 Olsen Caves Rd, The Caves, Queensland 4702 Australia

Open since its discovery in 1881, Capricorn Caves has shared its magic and splendour with people for well over 100 years. And it has never been as grand as it is right now. The Augusteyn family purchased the caves in 1988 and set out on a visionary path to sustainably transform the place into a leading attraction for tourism and education.

Today, visitors choose from a range of exciting and immersive experiences including daily wheelchair-accessible guided cave tours, wild caving adventures, abseiling, high ropes courses and team building initiatives. New environment-themed tours incorporate Queensland Museum’s palaeontology dig site and marine fossil caves; a “Behind the scenes” tour specifically caters to students and tourism operators.

Sit down and have something to eat or drink from our café, while you take in the peaceful atmosphere of our bush surrounds.

Duration: 2 hours



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