The Jewel Cave, located in Margaret River is Western Australia’s largest show cave beautifully preserved for over 3,000 years. Join a one hour fully guided tour of the Jewel Caves to experience a breathtaking visual display put on by Mother Nature. The Jewel Cave in Margaret River features three massive chambers with intricate ceiling decorations towering crystal creations and the largest straw stalactite found in any Australian tourist cave. During a one hour guided tour of the Jewel Caves in Margaret River, you’ll hear stories about the now extinct Tasmanian Tigers and see preserved remains on display in the Jewel Cave Centre. Guides will also point out beautiful examples of cave coral, stalagmites and striking formations such as “The Frozen Waterfall” and “Organ Pipes” that have formed over the years. At the completion of the Jewel Caves tour, guests are invited to take a self-guided walk through the Karri Forest to view the towering trees above the cave’s entrance. If you are wondering what is the best cave to visit in Margaret River, the Jewel Cave is an excellent place to start.
This cave is massive and spectacular. The hour guided tour is excellent.
If you go to a cave in Margaret River, this is the one. The main cave chamber is massive. There are three chambers and inside you can see thousands of formations. One of the stalagmites is over 6 meters tall. You have to climb many steps and cut and weave to not hit your heat, but that is part of the charm. We also went to Lake Cave which is not as good as this one. Jewel Cave is a dry cave. If you want to see water inside go to Lake Cave.