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All reviews newell highway dirt road easy walk spiritual place hidden treasure short drive great photo opportunities indigenous population great history local aboriginals worth the effort car park the loop a special place walking track info centre parking area
We found these caves by accident as they are not really advertised and how glad we were that we did. What a great spot to visit. These caves were used by the Aborigines. We had a great experience wandering through this special spot. The colours...More
This is not sign posted as sandstone caves. Turn off the newell highway at Taminba trail. The rocks are a short walk from the carpark. Take your camera. The shapes and colours of the rocks are awesome.
There was a stunning photo at every turn. The colours and the weathering were just beautiful. Definitely, worth checking out. A very spiritual place - thank you to the local indigenous people for sharing this beautiful place. However, I was very disappointed to see parents...More
This place is not signed off the Newell Highway for cultural reasons. If you put Yaminba Trail in your sat nav it should help you locate the entry track. It’s a short dirt road and when I went along it the track was fine for...More
Unique caves which have been used for thousands of years. A little out of the way, and hard to find (lacking signage) but certainly worth the effort. I am a little surprised by the lack of art in the caves. Thank you to the custodians...More
Response from markcC7028YI | Reviewed this property |
If your talking about a caravan then it should be ok. It does have a slight turn to go in the gates but relatively straight after that.
Road is dirt and a little bumpy.
Is a large area at the end to park and turn.
The Sandstone caves are not far north.land not far off the main road. It’s easy to miss the sign. I suggest you ask in the Visitors Centre. It is not widely broadcast because it is deemed a sacred site. It is worth a visit.