While the caves are some of the most beautiful in Australia, the landscape above ground is truly awe inspiring and well worth taking the time for a wander, you never know what you will come across.
Yarrangobilly Cave Fees
All vehicles without a valid National Park Permit must pay a site fee of $3.00.
Jillabenan Cave or Jersey Cave
Guided tours 11am, 1pm, 3pm additional times during peak periods.
South Glory Cave
Self guided tours between 9am and 4pm.
Adults $13, Concession $8 and Families $30.
Caves House Heritage Accommodation
Experience the comfortable isolation of the picturesque Yarrangobilly valley in your own self-contained wing of historic Caves House. Caves House was built in 1901 when Yarrangobilly Caves was the most popular resort in southern NSW. Each wing has a fully equipped kitchen, dining room, lounge room, verandah and outdoor barbeque area.
It is a full day trip, but you can do a driving look and return to Alpine Habitats as shown in the map below. This will take you past “The Big Trout” at Adaminaby. You can grab a drink or something to eat in Adaminaby at the Snowgoose Hotel or at one of the Cafes. There are also several options along the way at Thredbo, Khancoban and Berridale.
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