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Lake Cave is a stunning crystal wonderland and the only cave in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge with a permanent lake. It acts as a mirror of infinite reflections that is truly magical. The cave is renowned for the ‘Suspended Table’ – a five tonne...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Caves Road and Conto Rd | Boranup, Margaret River, Western Australia 6285, Australia
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This is quite a good cave but the steps in/out were very strenuous and the cave/lake were smaller and less spectacular than expected. The guide was friendly but the group we were with was silent and awkward which didn't help.
I was also annoyed (as...More
We had a vety interesting visit to Lake Cave it was a week day which was great nit too many visitors on the Tour into tge Sinkhole.
It is 300 steps down and Yes 300 back up.
Lordy Lordy a bit if a worry but...More
Went with my 2 kids ages 7 and 5. Went for the 4pm tour and it lasted about an hour. Worth a go but make sure you can stand the long flight of steps up.i was panting half way up and my kids were better...More
We visited the cave back in April, around Easter so the weather is nice as it was not very hot. We were conflicted about which cave to go in the beginning since we did not have time to visit more caves, and we decided to...More
If you don’t like heights (like I don’t) and you don’t like enclosed spaces (like I don’t) this cave tour is still worth the effort. The many many steps down (and then back up) were not too frightening for people with problems with heights.
This is one of the better caves in Western Australia as it is relatively big and one of the few caves that has a lake in it, hence the name.
Our guide Richard was really funny as he made sure we were entertained throughout the...More
It was amazing to see the big whole in the ground looking down from the balcony. But it was even better to descent and take all those steps into the ground.
For me it was the first cave visit but after this one I definitely...More
we've been to only 1 other cave in the Margaret River/Dunsborough area but this was far more impressive. the guide was knowledgeable, despite his young age so it was nice to hear the old stories about it. we'll definitely try the other caves eventually and...More
Response from edwardS1221 | Reviewed this property |
1.Temperature is quite constant all year round inside the cave. 2.The air quality is not bad compare with other "dry" cave as this one has water running through it. However the path going down into the cave is quite narrow... More
1.Temperature is quite constant all year round inside the cave. 2.The air quality is not bad compare with other "dry" cave as this one has water running through it. However the path going down into the cave is quite narrow and tricky, unless you are physically very fit, I would NOT recommend to carry a young baby into this cave.
Response from Cheryl52Melbourne | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I only did the two caves, Mammoth and Lake. The Lake cave is 325 steps down, some steep with breaks in between. There was a lady of 80 doing this climb with the group. The mammoth is a lot easier but not as... More
Hi, I only did the two caves, Mammoth and Lake. The Lake cave is 325 steps down, some steep with breaks in between. There was a lady of 80 doing this climb with the group. The mammoth is a lot easier but not as spectacular as the Lake and you can exit through the entry rather than the 160 steps on the exit side. Take water but in a back pack as you need two hands on the Lake Cave climb. :)