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Lake Cave

Conto Rd and Caves Road | Boranup, Margaret River, Western Australia 6286, Australia
+61 8 9757 7411
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Beautiful

This cave is spectacular. The main attraction is the suspended table and it is quite amazing... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
J K
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Darwin, Australia
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Fun family activity

Thank you to the rangers and staff who were so friendly and patient answering all of our kid's... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Ris_Bat1978
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Perth, Australia
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Lake Cave is a stunning crystal wonderland and the only cave in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge with a permanent lake. It acts as a mirror of infinite reflections that is truly magical. The cave is renowned for the ‘Suspended Table’ – a five tonne column of calcite that hangs from the ceiling just a few centimetres above the lake. The precinct features impressive retail, interpretative and cafe facilities. Located 25 kilometres south of Margaret River.
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“light show” (44 reviews)
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Conto Rd and Caves Road | Boranup, Margaret River, Western Australia 6286, Australia
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This cave is spectacular. The main attraction is the suspended table and it is quite amazing, however there are many other beautiful things to look at including the straw crystals, and the reflections in the lake are lovely. You must be reasonably able-bodied to tackle...More

Thank J K
Reviewed 4 days ago

Thank you to the rangers and staff who were so friendly and patient answering all of our kid's neverending questions about cave crustaceans :) Spectacular cave experience.

Thank Ris_Bat1978
Reviewed 4 days ago

This isn't the biggest cave in the region, but the most picturesque, and the view before you climb down is stunning. There are about 300 reasonably steep steps down (no problem), and up again (a bit harder), so you need to be fairly fit. The...More

Thank 27roomwithaview
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Our first visit to caves in australia. There four different caves you can enter located in the area. We went into the Lake caves. I recommend getting there early as the guided tours get full. To get to the cave you have to walk down...More

Thank davemckay102
Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful cave and informative tour We joined the 9.20am tour with about 15 others and we were glad we did as we saw the 10am group as we left, which was about double the size. Our guide was friendly and informative. The cave itself is...More

Thank HungryTravellerGC
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My partner and I took his father here whilst visiting from the uk. The cave itself was absolutely stunning, there are many steps to get down to the cave...which means a lot of steps back up but manageable for the average person. Inside the cave...More

Thank Amy B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

There are numerous caves in this region but we chose this one due to the lake. They give a senior discount which was nice. Our guide Jackie did a superb job explaining everything and she took the time to have a nice chat at the...More

Thank Smoltman
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Excellent tourist attraction in Margaret River. Our guide was excellent. Light show and view from above the sink hole was personal highlight.

Thank Felipe994
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

You can choose a package of two, three or fours caves to visit. Very difficult choice before seeing them! We took 2 days before deciding which ones would be the most interesting! We finally visited Mammoth, Lake and Jewel in this order with increasing pleasure...More

Thank hiker82
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lake is absolutey stunning, with a permanent lake within the cave. You will need to descend 350 steps beneath the ground to reach the cave, which might be a bad idea for the elderly or those with weak knees. All the other caves are pretty...More

Thank ed l
YourMargaretRiver, Front Office Manager at Lake Cave, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Dear ed l, Thanks for taking the time to post your feedback here, and we're glad you thought Lake Cave was stunning. Your advice about the stairs is valuable, but we have designed the layout of the stairways so that our guests only have to...More

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Sam W
24 August 2017|
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Response from edwardS1221 | Reviewed this property |
1.Temperature is quite constant all year round inside the cave. 2.The air quality is not bad compare with other "dry" cave as this one has water running through it. However the path going down into the cave is quite narrow... More
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san20sg
19 August 2017|
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Response from Cheryl52Melbourne | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I only did the two caves, Mammoth and Lake. The Lake cave is 325 steps down, some steep with breaks in between. There was a lady of 80 doing this climb with the group. The mammoth is a lot easier but not as... More
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hahn88
7 June 2017|
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Response from Slenda_Glenda | Reviewed this property |
I could never go into those tunnels but I am fine with these caves. I too am claustrophobic.
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