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"Yarrangobilly Caves" Yarrangobilly Caves Things to Do Tip by iandsmith

Yarrangobilly Caves Things to Do: 3 reviews and 11 photos

  Inricate formation in Jillabenan
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  • Inricate formation in Jillabenan - Yarrangobilly Caves
      Inricate formation in Jillabenan
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  • Jillabenan Cave - Yarrangobilly Caves
      Jillabenan Cave
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  • Jillabenan Floe formation - Yarrangobilly Caves
      Jillabenan Floe formation
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  • Inside Glory Hole Cave - Yarrangobilly Caves
      Inside Glory Hole Cave
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  • Glory Hole Cave - Yarrangobilly Caves
      Glory Hole Cave
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From my notes at the time:
"The second day saw us at Yarrangobilly Caves, the main goal for me. You wouldn’t take your caravan down the dirt road but a standard motorhome would be okay. I’d been there, scary this, about 50 years ago with my father and when we arrived at the entrance to Jillabenan Cave it was just as I remembered it. Inside there’s only 80 metres of walkway but it’s littered with varied and quality formations and we had an excellent guide named Neil.
Rosemarie enjoyed the self guided Glory Hole that we did next however, saying that it gave her a “better cave experience”. It certainly was large with over 200 steps and was spooky at times as you could hardly see where you were walking. You almost expected at any time that you might get dive bombed by bats......or aliens!

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  • Written Apr 3, 2010
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