Yarrangobilly Caves Tour

Leanne, of Snow Connect Tours invites you to join me on an all day tour exploring Yarrangobilly Caves and the surrounding Snowy Mountains National Park.

So bring your camera, swimmers and hiking shoes.

Departing from the Snowy Mountains we head to Berridale then Adaminaby stopping for morning tea at the local bakery at your expense.

Showing you around the township of Adaminaby home of the big trout. The historical museum contains photos of the old Adaminaby Township. Eucumbene Lake is beautiful and the old town lies below. In 1958 the town was moved to its current location flooded by the Snowy Hydro-Electric Scheme.

Next stop Sawyers Hill Hut- venture inside it has a story to tell.

We wander through the remains of the Gold rush town of Kiandra.

At the entrance to the National Park to Mt Selwyn some historic machinery used during the Gold rush days can be found.

Continuing onto the Yarrangobilly Caves. Guided tour times are seasonal so departure times will need to be organised at the time of the booking. This will determine whether we can fit in 3 cave tours or 2.


  • Bring your swimmers for a dip in the geothermal pool at 27 degrees all year round. There are change rooms provided.
  • Tour includes a Picnic lunch and refreshments. Please let us know of any dietary requirements.
  • Return trip home approximately 2 hours depending on the pick up location.
  • Tours are subject to weather and road conditions.
  • Map to be included!