The Wombeyan Caves are limestone caves set in the Wombeyan Karst Conservation Reserve, New South Wales Australia within the Southern Highlands about 50 km north of Goulburn.
Access is by the Wombeyan Caves Road from either Mittagong in the east or from the Goulburn-Oberon Road in the west. Wombeyan Caves is a tourist attraction and local holiday area, as well as a reserve for endangered species, such as several species of wallaby, bird, possum, and wombat. The main site includes
several camping grounds, a kiosk, a public phone, a kitchen, and other public facilities. A ranger station is also positioned near the camping site; the rangers serve to collect camping fees from visitors, prevent unsafe human-wildlife association, protect local flora and fauna, and investigate any queries or complaints.
Address: Wombeyan Caves Road, Wombeyan Caves, NSW 2580
Open: 9am – 4pm 7 days, closed Christmas Day
Price: Discovery Pass: from $25 Explorer Pass: from $33
Fig Tree Cave Entry Fee: from $13
Phone: 02 4843 5976