77 km from Tumut, 109 km from Cooma.
6.5 km dirt road, in good order and well maintained.
All year daily 9-16, self-guided.
Adult AUD 10.50, Concession AUD 6.50, Family AUD 29.
Buy a token from the visitor center.
Vehicle Park Entry Fee AUD 3.
|Light:||Incandescent Electric Light System|
|Dimension:||A=975 m asl|
|Guided tours:||L=470 m, VR=45 m, St=206.|
|Address:||Yarrangobilly Caves, P.O.Box 472, Tumut. NSW. 2720, Tel: +61-64-54-9597, Fax: +61-64-54-9598. E-mail:|
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|1907||walk to the cave built by Anthony Bradley.|
The entrance to South Glory Cave is a huge cave portal facing the Yarrangobilly river. The tour is self guiding with explanatory plaques. There is also a walking sheet available from the Information Office.
A perfect completion of the cave visit is the sink of Rules Creek at the caves' exit. The brook runs through the picnic area, disappears into a cave and resurfaces at the Yarrangobilly River upstream of Glory Hole.