Had a great time climbing through all sorts of nooks and crannies in these dark and expansive caves. The organisers kit you out in boiler suits and hard hat, but you really need to bring your own hiking boots because you'll be doing a lot of crawling around.
Be prepared to sweat bucket loads if you do the full tour like we did. It is seriously hard work, especially the "laundry chute" which is, essentially, a bottomless dark hole squeezed underneath a walkway in the cave. It's at least twice too narrow for the normal chap like me so you basically have to wiggle your way from the bottom out to the top. It's super difficult! But it's all great fun, and our guide (who seemed a little too "with breath") was very friendly and a good laugh.
The place is a little out of the way but if you fancy doing something different it's definitely worth a visit (and the view on the top of the caves is smashing). Oh and they have kangaroos.
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