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Margaret River Region Caves and Lighthouses

Margaret River

Discover an ancient underground wonderland, or climb to the top of a lighthouse for breathtaking ocean views.
The Margaret River Region is as spectacular underneath the ground as it is on top, with two magnificent working lighthouses guarding both the capes along our coast, and over 100 highly decorated limestone caves beneath the surface of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge.
Both lighthouses, and four of these incredible caves are open for public tours, 364 days a year.

Description

The Margaret River Busselton Tourism Association (MRBTA) operates six iconic tourist attractions within the pristine Margaret River Region. The historical working lighthouses of Cape Leeuwin and Cape Naturaliste are open daily, and offer tours of the lighthouse towers and the grounds. Also open daily are the spectacular show caves of the region, with Ngilgi, Mammoth, Lake and Jewel Caves spread throughout the region; from Yallingup to Augusta. You can take a fully guided tour of Lake and Jewel Caves, a semi-guided tour of Ngilgi Cave or a self-guided audio tour of Mammoth Cave. Closed Christmas Day.

Tickets purchased are valid for the stated tour time only. While we will make every effort to accommodate guests on a subsequent tour it is not our policy to refund for no-shows or cancellations.

Visitors are required to report to the ticket counter a minimum of 10 minutes prior to tour departure time. During busy holiday periods your place on the tour may be reallocated if you have not checked in 5 minutes prior to tour departure.

'Children' are 4 yrs - 16 yrs for all tours other than 'Adventure tours' where children are 10 yrs - 16 yrs (no children under 10 yrs allowed). Minimum of 2 adults required for 'Adventure tours'.

No infants (under 4 yrs) allowed on Cape Leeuwin Tower Tour. Visitors participate in the cave or lighthouse tour activity at their own risk.

Please refer to individual cave or lighthouse locations on your itinerary.