Popular with adventurers for over a century, tours of Mole Creek Caves allow visitors a rare look at an underground world of sparkling crystal formations and huge displays of glowworms. Choose from three different guided tours of these deep caverns, which are part of a system numbering nearly 300 gorges and caves, inside which the climate never changes. Dress warmly, wear comfortable shoes, and explore this fascinating and fragile world teeming with rare creatures, many of which have adapted to life in perpetual darkness by evolving a set of bizarre features. Each tour is designed to be enjoyed by the entire family, led by experienced and knowledgeable guides who can point out the caves’ most interesting and unusual formations and creatures. With our international travel planner, Mole Creek attractions like Mole Creek Caves can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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We really enjoyed our cave tour with Sue. All of the staff were incredibly helpful from booking to tour staff. Easy location to find, and the drive through to the caves was really scenic and...
We really enjoyed our cave tour with Sue. All of the staff were incredibly helpful from booking to tour staff. Easy location to find, and the drive through to the caves was really scenic and... more »
Such a fascinating place. We had Aaron and Shannon on separate tours and both were incredible and highly knowledgable. We would've loved to learn from a First Nations perspective about the...
Such a fascinating place. We had Aaron and Shannon on separate tours and both were incredible and highly knowledgable. We would've loved to learn from a First Nations perspective about the... more »
Great tour, very pretty 10 minute walk to cave then tour started, Renee was a wonderful guide, gave a lot of information about how the cave was formed and the glow worms living inside. She was really good with young children, explaining things to them and helping them with the dark parts of the cave. Cameras are allowed for most of the tour and Renee made it clear when they couldn't be used.
Really good, super easy walk, no torches or helmets needed. The tour guide keeped it fun and interesting. Takes about an hour to go in and out of the cave, well worth the entry fee..
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