This exquisitely decorated cave was Western Australia's first tourist attraction.
Take in the cave's beautiful bush setting while you learn about Ngilgi's rich history, from the fascinating Aboriginal Dreamtime Story of the good spirit Ngilgi, to the arrival of the first tourists in 1899.
Once inside the cave, the Semi-Guided Show Cave Tour allows you to admire the spectacular shawls, helictites, stalagmites and stalactites at your own pace.
The most easily accessible of all the show caves in the region, with the first chamber being accessible by wheelchair.
It is a self-guided cave, where you explore on your own while listening to an informative 'audio tour' through the MP3 player and headset provided - available in English, German, Mandarin, French and Malay.
You are free to wander at your own pace along the boardwalks and platforms, through the majestic chambers of the cave. As you leave the cave, you have the option to complete your tour with a walk along the beautiful Marri Trail.
Lake Cave is, to put it simply, a mirrored wonderland.
Home to the 'Suspended Table' a spectacular crystal decoration weighing several tonnes that hangs from the ceiling, almost touching the waters of the lake. It is thought that this may be the only decoration of its kind in Australia.
The only cave on the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge that has a permanent lake, Lake Cave is the most 'actively dripping' Show Cave in the South West.
Jewel Cave is the largest Show Cave in Western Australia, with three massive chambers. It is also home to one of the longest straw stalactites found in any tourist cave in Australia.
The Jewel Cave centre is complete with interpretive area, retail and light refreshments. Your awe-inspiring journey is perfectly complemented with the Karri Walk at the end of your visit.