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  • Capricorn, Queensland
  • 07 4934 2883
  • 30 Olsen's Caves Rd
    The Caves, 4702
    QLD
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Capricorn Caves

  • Tour
  • Attraction
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Adventure
  • Camping
  • Guided Tour
  • Educational & School Groups

Capricorn Caves is an award winning Eco tourism attraction located just 23km north of Rockhampton. The property offers a variety of tours ranging from easy walking with wheelchair access to heart pumping adventure experiences. There is also a caravan park with self contained cabins located on the property. 

  • Abseiling

    Our abseiling sites give you the chance to descend down an natural rock face into the cave environments below. Attempt our easy and hard descents. No previous experience required.

  • Adventure Caving Tour

    Capricorn Caves really is the beating heart of Central Queensland′s adventure tourism industry. This limestone playground boasts a number of challenging adventure caving routes; catering to all skill and fitness levels. With all gear - including coveralls, helmets and torches - supplied, all you need to bring is your sense of adventure and possibly your sense of humour when squeezing through ‘Fat Man′s Misery′!
  • Capricorn Caves Park

    Enjoy the peace & tranquillity of this secluded nature based property set on 83acres. Relax with a campfire under the starry night sky & wake up to sound of the wildlife. Offering a variety of sites and spacious 2 bedroom deluxe cabins there is something to suit every traveller.
  • Cathedral Cave Tour

    Daily tours are conducted hourly by experienced guides through large well lit caverns with beautiful decorations, rare ferns and massive tree roots and occasionally small bats. The huge domed Cathedral Cave is renowned for its acoustics. A fun option at the end of the tour is a walk through the pioneer passage on to a swinging suspended bridge in the rainforest.
  • Fossil Tour

    Visitors will discover direct evidence of our past- fossilised bones of ancient rain forest fauna through arid adapted fauna to modern times. This is the longest palaeontological record of faunal change in Australia spanning 500,000 years. It will 'Bring lost worlds to life' and help us understand our modern environment and then contemplate a future for us all.

  • Geo Tour-Journey of Discovery

    This journey of discovery through an ancient landscape reveals the evolution of the earth with marine fossils from the Devonian era and mega fauna bone deposits in the Queensland Museums paleontology dig site. Past climate change is documented in the survival of rare flora and fauna. The tour will be interactive with the host guide incorporating elements of adventure and self discovery.