The Wellington Caves
Electricity interruption at Wellington Caves Tuesday 24th September 2019.
Visitors are advised that tours, food and regular service at the Wellington Caves will be affected by a planned power outage on Tuesday 24th September 2019.
Tours will be restricted to the Phosphate Mine only and will be conducted by torch light. The Cafe will have a reduced offering with only pre-packaged and no perishable food available.
Phosphate Mine tours will run at:
If power is restored on time the 3:30pm Cathedral will go ahead as normal.
The Café will not be serving prepared food (hot food, sandwiches, lunches or coffee). Only pre-packaged, no perishable food will be sold. EFTPOS facilities may be effected by this outage.
Normal tours and services will resume Wednesday 25th September 2019.
Dubbo Regional Council and Wellington Caves staff apologise for any inconvenience.
EXCITING NEWS!! Construction has begun.
The Wellington Caves team are excited to announce construction has begun on the new Visitor Experience Centre.
When visiting you will be able to see the progress of the build, before your tour departure. Once you have returned why not take a stroll across to the Osawano Japanese Gardens to enjoy a peaceful picnic or a visit to the Bottle house or Caves Wood Gallery and Gifts.
The Wellington Caves are located 8km south of Wellington NSW. Guided tours are available to the Cathedral Cave, Gaden Cave and the Phosphate Mine.
Be amazed by the beautiful calcite crystal formations like stalagmites, stalactites, columns, flowstones and coral.
Whilst touring the Phosphate Mine, visitors will be enthralled by the story of the mine and the megafauna bones it secretly holds within its muddy walls.
Accommodation, camping, kiosk, barbeques and the Osawano Japanese Gardens are also located at the Wellington Caves.