Discover one of the Capricorn Region's most remarkable natural wonders, the Capricorn Caves. Located just a short drive west of Yeppoon, and boasting limestone cathedrals, ancient marine fossils, geographical wonders and a rich Aboriginal history, the Capricorn Caves is one of the region’s most unique attractions.
There are a number of guided tour options available, all including an educational overview of the underground structure. Learn about the caves and their ancient geographical history, early explorations, the cave acoustics and of course, the unique wildlife that call this natural wonder home.
Looking for an adrenaline rush? Capricorn Caves also offers abseiling, a high rope challenge course and climbing wall.
30 Olsen Caves Road , The Caves
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