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From the parking with toilet facilities a short walk to the main cave. Here you can explore the cave by yourself and imagen how people have lived here over 10,000 years ago. The walk around and on top of the granite mountain is worthwhile and...More
We went out to Mulkas cave not expecting a great deal. Boy we were wrong. The cave is so unique and I still can’t believe that you can actually enter it and see the aboriginal hand prints / paintings. The cave certainly tells an incredible...More
The story behind Mulka is pretty gruesome though the cave is fairly interesting. We enjoyed the walk over the humps though would not recommend doing it when it’s hot as it’s hard going and sunny. Lots of lizards and the views are amazing when you...More
Liked the story but the paintings were not very exciting compared with others we had seen. However, the hand stencils never fail to fascinate and the area is an attractive mixture of rocks and woodland
We enjoyed s quick visit to the cave - loved seeing the indigenous hand prints. We also did one of the walks from the cave to the Gnamma Holes which was pretty and for us, a photographers delight as we got to play around with...More