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Abercrombie Caves

Situated in the picturesque Blue Mountains, Just 70KM South-East of Bathurst,
the caves at Abercrombie nestle deep in wonderful Australian bushland.

There are more than 50 caves in the reserve, the caves are surrounded by native bush on a 1400 hectare Nature Reserve. The entrance to the Abercrombie Caves is through the majestic Grand Arch. Solid masses of marble decorate the walls of the caves highlighted by the soft natural light entering from each end.

There are swimming holes in the creek as well as a public fossicking area within the camping area. At the southern end of the Abercrombie Caves Nature Reserve are the Grove Creek Falls, which tumble spectacularly some 70 metres. An all weather track leads to the viewing platform.

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Nearest Airport: Bathurst 27km

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