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Camooweal Caves National Park

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It's a long drive on a corrugated road to what looks like an area of broken rocks. The cave are not... read more

Reviewed 20 July 2018
Julie E
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Sinkhole Caves - interesting

The caves are a 20km drive on a dirt/gravel road from town, but worth the effort to get there. The... read more

Reviewed 12 July 2018
zarigirl j
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20 Jul 2018
“If you have time”
11 Jul 2018
“Sinkhole Caves - interesting”
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Camooweal Urandangi Road, Camooweal, Queensland 4828, Australia
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Reviewed 20 July 2018 via mobile

It's a long drive on a corrugated road to what looks like an area of broken rocks. The cave are not actually accessible so you just have to take their word that there's a large underground network of caves. The most impressive bit was the...More

1  Thank Julie E
Reviewed 12 July 2018

The caves are a 20km drive on a dirt/gravel road from town, but worth the effort to get there. The sinkholes go down around 70 meters - there is a viewing platform for the larger of the two, and a small picnic area at the...More

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Reviewed 24 September 2017

There is no camping available here, but a pleasant spot beside the waterhole for lunch or morning and afternoon tea.

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Reviewed 18 December 2016

We drove out to the caves while staying in Camooweal overnight. The road was rough in places but manageable. The cave/ sinkhole is amazing to see, given that when driving out, you think there is nothing of interest to see here anywhere. Well worth the...More

1  Thank Brenda G
Reviewed 29 August 2016

Nice setting. Not much there, just a toilet and some table and seats. The cave it self is only open to experienced cavers. The surrounding rock formations are interesting.

3  Thank Michael K
Reviewed 24 August 2016

We wanted to see if we could get in to Camooweal Caves about a week ago, apparently it is closed to the public and we couldn’t find out whether there were tours to go inside or not. Camooweal is a cute, dusty town, friendly people...More

2  Thank JGDynamo
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darsue32
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Response from Brenda G | Reviewed this property |
No entry fee. Drive out the road and look at caves from the top. Don't think you can access them. That I know of.
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