If you take some time to explore our 600 hectare park, you will see plenty of native animals including our resident mob of Western Grey Kangaroos. Sometimes echidnas and wombats are also spotted, if you’re lucky you may see one.
Over 120 species of bird have been recorded in the park, including rosellas, cockatoos, robins, thornbills, and birds of prey.
Visit the Wonambi Fossil Centre to get a true sense of what life was like when megafauna – like giant kangaroos and agile predators – wandered this very area.
Another great reason to spend some time above ground in the park is our Caves Café. People come from far and wide for the delicious lunches prepared by our chef, our fresh coffee and local wines.
There is no fee to get into the park grounds and you will find shady spots to set up a picnic and beautiful grassy areas to run and kick a ball around. There are coin operated BBQs and amenities in the park grounds. You can also explore the park via one of our walking trails including the World Heritage Hike and our recently completed Roof Top Loop Walk. The Roof Top Loop Walk is an 850 metre walk suitable for all, including those with mobility considerations. Enjoy several viewing vantage points over caves with interpretive signage along the way. Please refer to our walking trails section for more information.