|Location:||From Sydney: Hume Hwy, Wombeyan turnoff south of Mittagong, Mittagong-Wombeyan 65 km/90 min. Also: Hume Hwy, Goulburn turnoff north via Taralga, Goulburn-Wombeyan 86 km/1 hour.|
|Open:||Open every day from 8:30.|
Adult $6, Children (5-16) $3, Family $15.
Two Cave Concession (Fig Tree plus any other) Adult $10, Children (5-16) $5, Family $24.
|Classification:||Karst cave cave system, river cave.|
|Light:||Incandescent Electric Light System|
|Guided tours:||L=800 m, St=520.|
H Jane Dyson (ed) et al. (1982):
SSS Occasional Paper No 8. Published 1982.
|Address:||Wombeyan Caves, P.O. Box 18, Taralga NSW 2580. Tel: +61-48-43-5976, Fax: +61-48-43-5988. Michael Chalker, Superintendent.|
|As far as we know this information was accurate when it was published (see years in brackets), but may have changed since then.
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|1865||discovered by Charles Chalker, the first caretaker appointed by the Government.|
|1875||opened for public inspection.|
The most beautiful and interesting features in Wollondilly cave are the Pine Forests and Fortifications. Fortifications are rimstone pools with 20-30 cm high rims. In the water of the pools formed Pine Forests, calcite crystals looking like 5 cm high christmas trees.