|OVERVIEW : The caves have a rich history, with 1830s connections to Bush Rangers. The first tourist party recorded in 1834. Gold was discovered at Tuena in 1852, and miners-built dance floor inside Hall of Terspichore is still used for local cultural events. The first caretaker/guide was appointed in 1888 and the caves lit with electricity in 1950s. Abercromble is famed for its magnificent Grand Arch - largest in the Southern Hemisphere (221m).|
|LOCATION : Abercrombie Caves are located between Trunkey Creek and Tuena - 72 kms from Bathurst and 280 kms from Sydney.|
|ACCOMMODATION : There are several on-site vans at the caves, a camping ground, and a visitor's cottage, with hotel/motels and caravan parks in surrounding towns. The caves also possess an excellent Visitor's Centre (kiosk items & souvenirs). The caves reserve features bushwalks, fossicking and fishing.|
|CAVE TOURS : The Arch Cave (Grand Arch) is a self-guided tour, available 9.00am - 4.00pm daily. A map is provided on ticket purchase, and interpretive signs dot the route. Guided Tours are run to King Solomon's Temple Cave and Cathedral Cave, Bushranger's Cave, and Grove Cave.|
|SPECIALIST TOURS : Night tour of the Archway and King Solomon's available by prior arrangement. Short Adventure Tours often run in school holidays, or by prior arrangement.|
Abercrombie Caves are managed by administered by The Department of Environment and Conservation (NSW), Parks and Wildlife Division
Mailing Address: The Manager, Abercrombie Caves, Trunkey Creek N.S.W. 2795.
Telephone: (02) 6368 8603, FAX: (02) 6368 8634.
Website: Abercrombie Caves