Crystal Cave, Yanchep National Park

Crystal Cave

Did you know that you can visit the only tourist cave in Perth at Yanchep National Park? At Crystal Cave you can enjoy an underground experience spotting many natural cave features like stalagmites, helictites, columns and shawls. This ‘stream cave’ has lots of history and you’re sure to learn a thing or two about its geology and ecosystem. Free parking and toilets are onsite. It’s definitely best to pay a visit, before starting the tour! First, you will descend down steep steps into the cave. The constant temperature of Crystal Cave makes this tour a comfortable all-year-round experience – even on a very hot summers day!

The tour of the limestone cave takes about 45 minutes and the guide is very knowledgeable. You’ll find out how it was formed, it’s indigenous links and how it was later found by Europeans. There are some information boards along the way, with many interesting facts.

A reasonable level of fitness and agility is needed. As well as steps, though the floor has been decked to make the walking surface even, there are a few tight/low spots which tall people will have to duck and watch their heads. A tour of the wonderful Crystal Cave is definitely recommended if you visit this beautiful national park!


Cave Tour Admission Costs – Feb 2022

Adult – $16
Concession – $12
2 Adults + 2 Children – $40
Child 6-14 years – $8
Infant 0 to 5 years – Free

Tours operate daily, tickets can be purchased from the Yanchep National Park Visitor Centre on the day or you can book online here. Please note that a park entry fee must be paid for each car. Find out more about Yanchep National Park in our guide.

Crystal Cave

Find Yanchep National Park on Indian Ocean Drive, Yanchep.

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About Stella B

Stella is loving retirement! Besides her loves of gardening, reading and painting, she adores spending time with her family and being out and about in Perth. Living in the Perth Hills, her time is often spent brunching with her husband at one of Kalamunda’s many cafes or enjoying a food platter over a glass of wine at a Bickley Valley winery.

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