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A natural time capsule, and home to ancient fossil remains of long-extinct Australian Megafauna.
Mammoth Cave is the most easily accessible of all the show caves in the region, with wheelchair access to the first chamber. Pick up your MP3 self-guided audio tour to get started; available in English, French, German, Malay and Mandarin.
Entering the cave through bushland via a gently sloping boardwalk, you'll realise just how much there is to see here. Over 10,000 fossils had at one time accumulated inside the cave; upon excavating many of these were found to be remains of Australian Megafauna (giant animals) that became extinct around 46,000 years ago. There is even a 50,000 year old 'zygomaturus' jawbone embedded in the cave wall!
A visit to Mammoth Cave finishes with a winding walk through a beautiful marri forest. The marri forest is currently regenerating and reinventing itself following recent fires. The trail is lined with new growth and flourishing green foliage climbs the trunks of the towering trees. Mammoth Cave is much more than a cave - it is a complete nature experience.
For your safety and the protection of the recovering forest, please keep to the designated walking trail at all times.
Noa and Luca, our young tourist guides were absolutely fantastic, friendly, knowledgeable and incredibly fun. They currently work for the Busselton Margaret River Tourist Association. Great blokes! Well done. Anita Berns
Please note that Mammoth Cave is currently closed.
An adult must accompany children under 17.
Wheelchair access to the first chamber (sorry no prams or strollers)
Snacks and drinks
How many steps are there in the caves?
The Mammoth Cave has a long boardwalk entrance from the valley on the eastern side of the cave. This provides universal access into the first chamber of the cave (no prams); it’s the only wheelchair accessible cave in the region. After the first chamber, there are about 370 steps staged throughout the remainder of the cave and a climb of 170 steps to exit up through the ridge on the western side of the cave.
Can I take a tripod?
Tripods and selfie sticks are not allowed in the cave. This is to ensure the safety of all visitors and the preservation of the delicate cave decorations, as well as adhering to timing constraints.
What do I need to bring?
Since there are quite a few steps involved in most of the tours, comfortable enclosed shoes are recommended; however, you can still do the tours in thongs/flip flops/jandals if you feel you are able to.
Are there any regulations or restrictions on flying a drone at the caves or lighthouses?
Remotely piloted aircraft (Drones) in Margaret River Busselton Tourism Association (MRBTA) Managed Precincts.
Remotely piloted aircraft (RPAs), also known as unmanned aerial vehicles or drones, are growing in popularity for both recreational and commercial use, particularly for filming and photography.
This craft can pose a potential danger to visitors if they crash. There are also environmental concerns relating to visual and noise impacts that may affect wildlife.
A full refund will be provided for cancellations received by close of business (5.00 pm WST) on the day prior to the tour booking.
In the event of ‘no shows, or cancellations later than the close of business (5.00 pm WST) on the day prior to the booking, we may charge the full cost of the booked tour(s).
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If the booking needs to be first confirmed by the host, you will receive your Amazed voucher within 24-48 hours of purchase.