The magical jewel cave

This was my first cave experience and trust it was something out of this world. Don’t trust me? Here are some pictures of the Jewel cave:





In case you are awed by the pictures, let me tell you that I have not done even 1% justice to the place. And there are many such caves in the Margaret River region – 150 caves to be precise. These caves are formed by drainage of water through limestones.

Coming back the cave we visited – The Jewel cave, known for its amazing jewel casket having jewel-like formation and hence the name.

General Information


  • Opening Hours: 9 AM to 5 PM Guided tours only. 9.30am, 10.30am, 11.30am, 12.30pm, 1.30pm, 2.30pm, 3.30pm. Additional tour times are available during holidays. Closed Christmas Day
  • Tour timings: Starting at every hour after 9.30am till 3.30pm
  • Tickets: Adult: AUD 22.50, Child (4-16yrs): AUD 12.00 and Family (2 adults + 2 Children): AUD 58.00

Dos and Don’ts

  • Don’t touch the cave walls. It is strictly against the rules
  • Photography is allowed but avoid using flash
  • Stay disciplined, maintain the queue and respect other’s space

Psst ….

If you don’t plan to spend that much, there are other caves as well will not so hefty entry fees  – Giants Cave and Calgardup Cave. Plus they are unexplored.

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