Tantanoola Caves Conservation Park
An ancient sea cave in a cliff face
Tantanoola Cave is one of South Australia's most beautiful caves, filled with a spectacular array of formations in one large dolomite cavern. The formations have developed over thousands of years. In 1983, National Parks and Widllife SA lowered the entrance of the cave and laid gently sloping paths, making this Australia's first wheelchair access cave. After your cave tour, you can picnic amongst the trees or wander along a walking trail which provides spectacular views from the coastline. Inside the visitor centre, the display highlights other places to visit in the district and provides fascinating information about the history of this landscape and the people who lived here.
Tour departure times - 10.15am, 11.15am, 12noon, 1.15pm, 2.00pm, 3.00pm and 4.00pm.
Extra tours may be conducted during busy periods.
Contact DEH on (61 8) 8734 4153 or (61 8) 8735 1177
Information for this National Park has been supplied courtesy of The Department for Environment and Heritage (DEH)