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Tantanoola Caves Conservation Park Questions & Answers

Adelaide, Australia

How do I get there using public transportation?

Do you have to pay to visit and, if yes, how much is the ticket?

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St Arnaud, Australia
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There is no public transport. The cost is $14, or $11 with pensioner concession.

over a year ago
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Tickets are $14 for Adults, $11 with a valid concession, student or seniors card. Also a family rate of $35 for 2 adults and up to 4 kids (primary and secondary) kids not at school yet are free . Prices may change so make sure you check out their website. Not sure about public transportation but check with either Millicent Visitor Information Center or The Lady Nelson in Mt Gambier

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Tickets are $14 for Adults, $11 with a valid concession, student or seniors card. Also a family rate of $35 for 2 adults and up to 4 kids (primary and secondary) kids not at school yet are free . Prices may change so make sure you check out their website. Not sure about public transportation but check with either Millicent Visitor Information Center or The Lady Nelson in Mt Gambier

over a year ago
Melbourne, Australia
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Apologies for not getting back sooner but I have been away on holidays. There is no public transport to the Caves, There is a small cost of $10 to enter the caves. There was a good suggestion to check with the Information Centre in Mt Gambier. There might be buses that go out there that you could catch.

over a year ago
Adelaide, Australia
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There is no public transport to the caves from Mt Gambier. As per the other 2 reviews the cost is $10 dollars pp.

over a year ago
Brisbane, Australia
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I don't think that there would be public transport out there but check with the information centre at Mt Gambier. The cost is $10.00 but well worth it.

over a year ago
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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I am not sure about public transportation but it is a bit away from Mount Gambier. I think the cost was about $10 per person. The guide gives you a quick orientation at the entrance then you go in and stay as long as you like.

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