An amazing Kimberley experience,
350 million years in the making.
The Gooniyandi people share a strong connection with Mimbi Caves and the surrounding country. It has been both home and a place of spiritual significance for thousands of years.
On the tour, your guides will share ancient Dreaming stories about the caves and their importance to the Gooniyandi people.
Tours commence for the season on April 1, 2024
Mimbi Caves Tour
The tour begins with a fascinating walk between towering Karst cliffs to the caves entrance. Along the way your guide will share traditional knowledge of local bush tucker, bush medicine and the native flora and fauna found around the cave system.
After a quick check of torches you enter the caves. The walls of the cave are abundant with marine fossils, layers of sedimentary limestone and richly coloured ochres that stain the walls. Natural light enters the cave system through holes in the cave roof making it possible to navigate through the cave and casting light on ancient rock paintings, each of which has its own unique connection to the caves and local people.
During the tour enjoy traditional Billie Tea and damper, made the traditional way using native seeds, around the campfire while Ronnie shares a song or two on the guitar and tells the Gooniyandi Dreaming story of the Blue Tongue Lizard and the Mud Lark.
Experience the acoustics of the natural amphitheatre and see the deserted German squatters camp, complete with intricate carvings and stone shelter.
After the tour, you will have the opportunity cool off in one of the many permanent, freshwater pools near the caves campsite.
Tour Time and Prices
Adults $90, Children (5-15 years) $45 | Family of 4 $240 | Concession $70 | Group Tour (min 10 people) 5% discount | Tour Duration 2 hours | Monday to Friday 8am and 2pm | Saturday 8am Meet at entrance to Mimbi Caves, Mt Pierre Station.Book a Tour
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Things to Remember
The walk into the caves is uneven and while we provide some assistance, you will need to be reasonably confident on your feet. In the caves the light can be poor and in some places non-existent. Those suffering a fear of close spaces should be mindful of this.
What to Bring
Sturdy walking footwear - Sunscreen - Drinking water, Hat - Swimmers (optional) - Torch - Camera
What is Provided
Safety helmet - Headlight - Morning tea
BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL
- If you cancel your tour booking, you must do immediately with the booking agent. Once we have received your notice, this cancellation policy will take effect.
- If you do not inform the booking agent and are a no-show, you will receive no refund of your tour price. If cancellation takes place on the day of the tour, 50% of your price will be forfeited. Cancellation more than 24 hours prior to the departure of the tour will enable a 100% refund of the tour price.
- We reserve the right to cancel or postpone any tour at any time prior to departure if due to weather conditions, road conditions, natural disasters, cultural considerations or other external events it is not viable for us to operate the planned itinerary.
- If we cancel a tour, you may choose between receiving credit toward a future tour or receiving a full refund. We are not responsible for any incidental expenses that you may have incurred as a result of your booking such as visas, vaccinations, or non-refundable flights or accommodation.
Mimbi Caves Campground and Tours is owned by Mimbi Aboriginal Corporation. As an Aboriginal community, we have an obligation to protect our vulnerable residents from COVID-19. As such, the following conditions apply to all tour bookings:
- We will only accept bookings from travellers that will be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 (or have an approved medical exemption as listed on the Australian Immunisation Register) by the date of the tour.
- You will be required to show proof of vaccination (or approved medical exemption) prior to commencing the tour.
- Acceptable forms of proof of vaccination can be found at the following link: COVID-19 Coronavirus: What proof of COVID-19 vaccinations can I use? (www.wa.gov.au)
- If you do not comply with the requirement to provide proof of vaccination, we reserve the right to decline or cancel your booking or refuse participation in the tour, at our absolute discretion.
- If you have tested positive for COVID-19 or are otherwise required to self-isolate by the WA Department of Health, you must notify us at the earliest opportunity. Any customers who are subject to self-isolation requirements will not be permitted to participate in the tour.
- If you present with an elevated temperature or other symptoms of COVID-19, we may in our absolute discretion:
- Refuse participation in the tour
- Request that you wear a face mask or other protective equipment
- Request that you undertake a Rapid Antigen Test.
- If you are unable to participate in a tour because of self-isolation requirements or presenting with symptoms of COVID-19, you may choose between receiving credit toward a future tour or receiving a full refund. We are not responsible for any incidental expenses that you may have incurred as a result of your booking such as visas, vaccinations, or non-refundable flights or accommodation.