"World Heritage listed cave sites" Naracoorte by Kate-Me
Naracoorte Travel Guide: 12 reviews and 23 photos
The small town of Naracoorte in southern South Australia is most famous for its limestone caves, one of Australia's 15 World Heritage listed areas.
The caves are particularly well known for their fossil finds, which have been dated to 350,000 years.
There are 26 caves in the park and they are also home to the breeding colony of Australia's largest colony of bent wing bats.
- Pros:World Heritage listed caves
- Cons:Not a lot of other attractions
- In a nutshell:a bit off the beaten track, but well worth the trip
While you're at the caves, this is well worth a visit. A scene from 200,000 years ago has been attempted to be... more travel advice
Naracoorte has a rather unique purpose built swimming lake, complete with sandy shore. It's quite an impressive size,... more travel advice
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