Tantanoola Cave Conservation Park

GPS: -37.71676 , 140.50081
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Day Rest AreaToiletsAccessibleDrinking WaterMobile Phone CoveragePicnic TablesBinPublic ParkingCaravansLong RigNo PetsCold DrinksBird WatchingPhoto OpportunityWalking
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Princes Highway
Tantanoola SA 5280
Tel: (08) 8734 4153
  • Free day rest area
  • Fees for cave entry
  • Parking space for all size vehicles
  • Clean accessible toilets
  • Picnic tables
  • Walking track
Last updated by Clyde Camel on 1st July, 2014
Tantanoola Cave is a highly decorated cavern, found at the southern base of the remarkable "Up and Down" cliffs. Formed by distinctive pink and brown dolomite, the cliffs are a distinctive feature in themselves.
The cave was discovered in 1930 by a local boy who was hunting rabbits. When his ferret disappeared down a hole and did not emerge, the boy went and got his brother and together they found the cave.

Tantanoola Caves Conservation Park is operated by the SA National Parks & Wildlife. It is the only wheelchair accessible cave in the region.
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