Naracoorte Caves National Park

Point Of Interest

4.5 from 17 users


LOT 502 Victoria Caves Road, Joanna, South Australia

(08) 8762 2340


The Naracoorte Caves are part of the 800,000 year old Naracoorte East Range. They are World Heritage listed, and one of the world's most important fossil sites. Of the 28 known caves in the park, four are open to the public. Many of the caves contain spectacular stalactites and stalagmites. With the caves staying at a constant 17 degrees centigrade, Naracoorte Caves is a destination for all seasons. We offer self-guided, guided and adventure caving tours year-round. Several walks start from here: World Heritage Hike 2.2km one way - 1h Stoney Point Hike 2.7 km return - 1h Limestone Cliffs Hike 1.4km return- 30m No camping or overnight parking.

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Lat: -37.03571 Lng: 140.796723

User Reviews



Great experience kids loved the cave tours. Highly recommend going to the bat cave at dusk and seeing the bats leave for the night.



Fantastic guided tour through Victoria fossil cave. Guide was so passionate and informative and we all learnt so much



Visited the Victoria Fossil Caves with our 3 & 5 year old. Was very interesting and well worth exploring! Was 1 hr and was perfect timing for little ones. Room to park your caravan there also.


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