Jewel Cave
Jewel Cave

Jewel Cave

Jewel Caves Rd, Deepdene, Margaret City, Western Australia, WA 6290

The Basics

Admire Jewel Cave on a guided walking tour, exploring three underground caverns linked by a series of boardwalks. An on-site interpretive center offers further insight into the cave’s natural wonders and houses an ancient Tasmanian tiger fossil that was unearthed in the cave.

Day tours of the Margaret River region from Perth often include a visit to the Jewel Cave alongside regional attractions such as the Busselton Jetty, Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, or wine tasting at the Margaret River wineries. Combination tickets are available for Jewel Cave, Mammoth Cave, Lake Cave, and Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse.

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Jewel Cave Fully-guided Tour (Located in Western Australia)
Jewel Cave Fully-guided Tour (Located in Western Australia)
USD15.42 per adult
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Just loved the whole experience. Lisa was our guide and she was excellent. Lots of stairs but no one was rushed ..
Carol_A, Sep. 2023

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Cave visits are by guided tour only and take around an hour. Advance bookings are recommended.

  • Visitor facilities include a gift shop and the Jewel Cave Cafe.

  • Wear comfortable shoes and bring a sweater—it can get cool inside the cave.

  • The cave is not accessible for wheelchair users.

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How to Get There

Jewel Cave is located along Caves Road, around 28 miles (45 kilometers) south of the town of Margaret River—about a 35-minute drive. There’s no public transportation to the cave, so you need to drive or to join a guided tour.

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When to Get There

The cave is open daily, year-round. The busiest time to visit is in summer (January and February), when an early-morning or late-afternoon visit is best for avoiding the crowds.

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Caves of Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge

Jewel Cave is one of a series of natural caves dotted along the Leeuwin-Naturaliste ridge, part of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park. There are a number of other caves worth visiting in the region, including Mammoth Cave, known for its ancient fossils of extinct animals including giant kangaroos; Lake Cave, with its spectacular underground lake; and Giants Cave and Calgardup Cave, where it’s possible to take part in caving excursions and adventure tours.

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Frequently Asked Questions
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