European settlers first explored Ngilgi Cave in 1899. The cave lies beneath the limestone ridge that forms Cape Naturaliste. ... More
European settlers first explored Ngilgi Cave in 1899. The cave lies beneath the limestone ridge that forms Cape Naturaliste. One of the Capes most popular attractions, its name alludes to an Aboriginal legend describing the battle between a good spirit (Ngilgi) and an evil one (Wolgine). Tours are semi-guided and bookings are required. The cave opens for entry every half-hour and adventurers must be over 15 and in good health. There is also a cafe, barbeque facilities and walking trails.
I'm a 13-year-old girl and i enjoyed it thoroughy; We went to this cave on school camp. When we went it was night, which made the cave fairly cold. One of the best parts was when it went pitch dark. I recommened this to anyone.
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