Caving / Spelunking in Kelly Hill Conservation Park, Kangaroo Island, South Australia Australia

The largest cave :
Open for escorted tours
Cave system:
Caverns and sinkholes
The Kangaroo Island covers an area of approximately 4400 km²/1698.8 mi², located at 110 km/70 mi south-west of Adelaide in South Australia and easily accessible by ferry or plane. A congregation of attractive small towns and fascinating wild Conservation parks, Kangaroo Island represents Australia's third largest Island.

Kelly Hill Conservation Park, located in the south west of the island is the only destination for caving fans and not only in a fascinating wild natural reserve. At Kelly Hill, the Park’s most popular area, interesting sinkholes and caverns would lead you to caves of ornate calcite formations. The largest cave of the spot is open for escorted tours with the National Parks & Wildlife guides.

Take a tour in this beautiful cave system of caverns and sinkholes. Showcase tours run on a daily basis. The more daring cave lovers can also book an adventure caving tour for a deeper look into this underground world of ornate calcite formations. Kelly Hill Caves conservation park is serviced with BBQs, picnic areas, shelters, and toilets. In the evening and as the sun sets on the horizon, the Tammar Wallabies can be spotted as well as the island’s unique kangaroos.

You can watch them graze and hop around or look up at the truly amazing star lit night sky. You won’t believe how many of those are visible out here away from the city lights! Flinders Chase National Park in the west of the island offers an alternative getaway, where koalas bask in the gum trees and seals basking on the beach. Don’t get surprised if kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, goannas and Platypi come across your way.