Wombeyan Caves, Taralga

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#43 of 325 in Nature in New South Wales
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The Wombeyan Caves are caves that have formed in marble, in the Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve, New South Wales, Australia. Wombeyan Caves is a tourist attraction and local holiday area, as well as a reserve for endangered species, such as several species of wallaby, bird, possum, and wombat.
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  • Did a self guided tour of Fig Tree cave which was terrific. The camping there looks great and there were kangaroos basking in the sunshine. A lovely spot off the beaten track, Unfortunately the... 
    Did a self guided tour of Fig Tree cave which was terrific. The camping there looks great and there were kangaroos basking in the sunshine. A lovely spot off the beaten track, Unfortunately the...  more »
  • The camping ground and Cave's office are approximately a 40 minute drive (32 klms) from Taralga. The actual turn-off to the caves is about 9 klms outside of Taralga and from there it is 23 klms to... 
    The camping ground and Cave's office are approximately a 40 minute drive (32 klms) from Taralga. The actual turn-off to the caves is about 9 klms outside of Taralga and from there it is 23 klms to...  more »

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