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We almost skipped Naracoorte Caves as we were keen to get home, and were so glad that we did decide to go. The Fossil Centre was informative and fun to look at and we learnt so much about the history of the area and the...More
This place is def worth a visit. you can spend a whole day in the park exploring and venturing down the beautiful caves. They say it's the only world heritage site in SA but this is not the reason you should go visit, this park...More
This is one place you must visit.We came on the 13th Aug,18 & had a fabulous tour with Danielle of the Victoria Fossil Cave.Danielle is very knowledgeable about the caves & surrounds.If we had any questions she answered them all.The Cave is beautiful & has...More
Quite spectacular caves and park and virtually deserted. Stopped off for a short break on the drive from Adelaide to Heywood and really pleased we did. Unfortunately, didn't have time for the guided tour but the staff were all helpful and pleasant (typical Aussies really!)
Had lunch at the cafe which had a good varied menu. Did the Alexandra Caves tour which took about 30 minutes. The guide was very friendly and informative. The caves were very interesting, high ceilings so not claustrophobic but you do go fairly deep underground.
I took my wife and 8 month old son to Naracoorte, where I am from, and we visited the caves.
Has been over 20 years since I was last here and we visited the cathedral cave ( now called wet cave) and it was spectacular....More
We first visited the display of make-up animals, so that we could see with our eyes how these animals looked like. It took us 30 minutes. It was interesting.
Our highlight was the Victoria Fossil Cave. What a great tour! We went inside the cave...More
We travelled through that area a while go. There is camping very near Naracoorte caves but we camped in place called Black Cockatoo camp (about 20 minutes from the caves). This was an amazing place with fireplaces... More
We travelled through that area a while go. There is camping very near Naracoorte caves but we camped in place called Black Cockatoo camp (about 20 minutes from the caves). This was an amazing place with fireplaces, yabbying, quiet large spaces. You can prebook the tours online. I hope this helps