Absolutely breathtaking cave with amazing formations. My family got there when it was raining. Unfortunately, the rain jackets were sold out and we had to settle for ponchos. Decent protection from the rain though. With that, we began our long descent down the huge crevice to meet our guide, Georgie. I have to compliment Georgie, she was so forthcoming and was most willing to share her vast knowledge of the cave and the formations within. The tour after the descent was pretty easy, well-lit and mostly flat ground that is easily walkable if you have young children or seniors with you. The key highlight for us was the "suspended table" above the lake, made from the accumulation of calcite and it's subsequent erosion by water. The tour took us around an hour to complete and our children thoroughly enjoyed the cave. We will not hesitate to recommend this to anyone coming to this part of Australia.
P.S. The food at the lake cafe is decent, good as a pre or post tour snack.
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