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Lake Cave is a stunning crystal wonderland and the only cave in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge with a permanent lake. It acts as a mirror of infinite reflections that is truly magical. The cave is renowned for the ‘Suspended Table’ – a five tonne...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Caves Road and Conto Rd, Boranup, Western Australia 6286, Australia
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This is well worth a trip (although there appears to be great debate about which of the caves to visit in the region I am glad we went to this one). We booked online, and the 10am tour was definitely way quieter than the following...More
Certainly got a workout going up and down the entrance stairs haha!
Beautiful cave and had a great tour guide.
Kids enjoyed it, if you have a toddler just bare in mind there are no hand rails/barriers from the water so keep a tight hold...More
Been to a few of the caves in WA and I feel this one is the most beautiful.
I enjoyed the walk down the circular crater and it looks so unique to stand underground and look up at to see tall trees grown from the...More
Lots of steps, but a very beautiful cave.
The lake is actually a very slow moving brook, but very tranquil providing great reflections for those interesting photographs.
It is excellently preserved, with probably the best stalactite and stalagmite formations in the area. Not a huge...More
Although the 357 stairs down to the cave are not fun (worst going up then coming down) the pain was well worth it as my friend's and I throughly enjoyed the beauty of Lakes Cave. Our tour guide Richard was very informative and enthusiastic about...More
Lakes cave was absolutely amazing, the cave itself has been well looked after and preserved. The guides are full of so much information and are really passionate about letting people know how this cave came to be and the history behind it. The lights are...More
Dropped in with friends.
Well worth the short trip from Margret River.
It’s a wee bit of an expedition to get into the caves - 300 & something stairs - easy on the way in, but be ready to take your time on the way...More
Response from edwardS1221 | Reviewed this property |
1.Temperature is quite constant all year round inside the cave. 2.The air quality is not bad compare with other "dry" cave as this one has water running through it. However the path going down into the cave is quite narrow... More
1.Temperature is quite constant all year round inside the cave. 2.The air quality is not bad compare with other "dry" cave as this one has water running through it. However the path going down into the cave is quite narrow and tricky, unless you are physically very fit, I would NOT recommend to carry a young baby into this cave.
Response from Cheryl52Melbourne | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I only did the two caves, Mammoth and Lake. The Lake cave is 325 steps down, some steep with breaks in between. There was a lady of 80 doing this climb with the group. The mammoth is a lot easier but not as... More
Hi, I only did the two caves, Mammoth and Lake. The Lake cave is 325 steps down, some steep with breaks in between. There was a lady of 80 doing this climb with the group. The mammoth is a lot easier but not as spectacular as the Lake and you can exit through the entry rather than the 160 steps on the exit side. Take water but in a back pack as you need two hands on the Lake Cave climb. :)