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Mammoth Cave

Caves Road, Margaret River, Western Australia 6285, Australia
+61 8 9757 7411
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Mammoth is an impressive, gothic-like cave that could easily be described as the perfect home for a caveman. Tours are self-guided with an audio headset and begin via an elevated boardwalk through towering Karri forest. As you journey through the spectacular formations lookout for the carefully lit animal bones and fossils and listen to the stories about extinct animals. Wildflowers are abundant around the precinct from September to November. Located 22km south of Margaret River.
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  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
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“own pace” (102 reviews)
“large cave” (16 reviews)
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Caves Road, Margaret River, Western Australia 6285, Australia
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Reviewed 3 days ago

you need to be physically prepare. the 160 narrow steps (to and for) equates 320 steps accomplished at the end of the trip. the steps are steep and narrow hence i do not recommend those with weak knees and with toddlers. I took up as...More

Thank Wai Ling T
Reviewed 3 days ago

Visiting Margaret River with our 2 year old, we wanted to check out some caves, but didn't want anything too strenuous or difficult. Mammoth Cave is perfect. Relatively easy walk through. Quite a few steps through the exit, but if you really need to, you...More

Thank Churchie11
Reviewed 4 days ago

This is a self tour which takes you into the caves on a boardwalk. The caves are spacious and the stations have alot of interesting information.

Thank VicandTrev
Reviewed 1 week ago

Although not a big cave, it is an easy cave to enter and exit. Lots of stairs to climb for one exit (about 160) but you can also exit through the entry. I loved the self guided audio that gave some amazing information into the...More

Thank Cheryl52Melbourne
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited the caves in September. Be warned there are a lot of steps down to the cave which take a few minutes to climb down. Back up takes a little longer! There's a little platform half way down which offers a great view of...More

1  Thank Mart D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I recall visiting a cave on a school camp many years ago so a good 25yrs had passed. It was more impressive than I remember. Nature at its finest. Worth a visit if you're in the area. We went late in the afternoon about 40mins...More

Thank Coconut1980
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I've never been inside anything like this before, simply breathtaking... remarkable that something like this is accessible to the public... 450 steps and most of them on a significant incline, tells you how far underground you actually are. Only downside for me was that the...More

1  Thank BigBrank
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

My partner and I went here the integer day and it was amazing!! The Cave had so much to see and the workers were so friendly and helpful she went beyond her needs to help me with my questions. Thank you!

Thank Ashleighkeeler
YourMargaretRiver, Front Office Manager at Mammoth Cave, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Dear Ashleighkeeler, Thanks for taking the time to post your feedback here on TripAdvisor. We’re always happy to hear about excellent visitor experiences at Mammoth Cave. Thanks again, and safe travels.

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Massive and beautiful cave. Lots to see and the audio tour really helped. Nice walk when you come out of the cave back to the car. Great place to visit.

1  Thank Paul W
YourMargaretRiver, Front Office Manager at Mammoth Cave, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Dear Paul W, Thanks for taking the time to share some valuable feedback on your visit to Mammoth Cave. It's great to hear that you enjoyed your tour. All the best for your future travels.

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This tour combines absurdly breathtaking geology, truly unique biogeography, and modern paleontological missteps, all in one. For science nerds like me, this cave is a must-see. The head-set guided tour was a nice way to be able to absorb and admire at my own pace...More

Thank Jen M
YourMargaretRiver, Front Office Manager at Mammoth Cave, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Dear Jen M, Thanks for sharing so much excellent information about your experiences at Mammoth Cave. It sounds like you had an excellent time. All the best for your future travels.

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Kerry C
9 August 2017|
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Response from Megzi18 | Reviewed this property |
My mum and uncle are both 83 and they managed it without a problem. My uncle has hip problems and still was fine. If you take it easy and go slow then it shouldn't be a problem. At the end there are quite a few steps and... More
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Tatsoon C
11 July 2017|
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Response from LizDavid_12 | Reviewed this property |
This is the only cave I did, it's very easy to walk into front part of cave, it's a beautiful cave & you don't have to go in very far to see how beautiful it is. It will take as long as you want it to take from 15mins onwards More
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Jatin S
3 February 2017|
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Response from mrsannnaylor | Reviewed this property |
No need to pre book. Look in all the booklets and see whether you can get a discount. You can also get a combined ticket with the other caves which works out cheaper if you want to visit more than one site.
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