The Wellington Caves 

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.


Notice for guests and Visitors:

Please be aware the Gaden Cave will be closed for tours until further notice, due to carbon dioxide levels. A Cathedral Cave tour of Phosphate and Fossils tour will be offered instead.

There will be no 10:00am or 12:00pm Cathedral Cave on Saturday 18th of February, due to an emergency service exercise being conducted in Cathedral cave. The Phosphate and Fossils tour will be run in place of the 10:00am and 12:00pm Cathedral Cave tour, and a 1:30pm Cathedral Cave tour will be offered instead of the Gaden.

Tour Schedule for Saturday 18th of February

10:00am – Phosphate & Fossils

11:00am – Phosphate & Fossils

12:00pm – Phosphate & Fossils

1:30pm – Cathedral Cave

2:30pm – Phosphate & Fossils

3:30pm – Cathedral Cave

New pool being installed - Please be aware a new pool is being installed at the Wellington Caves and Holiday Park. This does mean in the short term, our pool is closed. We expect for the new pool to be open by 27.02.17. We have arranged free entry into the Wellington Pool for any guests staying in the park.