We run caving programs in the Boranup karri forest 20 minutes south of Margaret River. These caves have formed in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge which is a capping of Tamala Limestone over granite. The ridge is found in Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park which stretches from Cape Naturaliste in the North (Near Dunsborough) to Cape Leeuwin in the South (Near Augusta).
There are a many wild caves we can take you to with helmets and head torches for real adventure caving. Caves range from walk-through caverns with spectacular formations to tight squeezes guaranteed to get you dirty!
Abseiling and Caving
We start by giving you an introduction to abseiling on small cliffs to get your confidence up. From there we move on to abseil nearly 40 metres down into Brides Cave which is a spectacular site that can only be entered by rope. After viewing the vast flowstone formations by torchlight we climb out using a caving ladder. Please note that this is a physically challenging site, we can visit Giants Pipe or Calgardup Pipe if your group does not have moderate to high levels of fitness.
The morning is the same as the program above. We have lunch then it is off to Giants Cave where we abseil nearly 60 metres down a solution pipe in the darkness to the entrance to the cave. We then walk through this adventure cave viewing the glittering cave formations by torchlight.