This picturesque valley is located 190 kilometres south-west of Sydney. This special place, located on the traditional lands of the Gundungurra, Tharawal and Pejar people, is known for its remarkable karst formations and is also a destination for family holidaymakers and day visitors.
The Wombeyan Caves Tourism Project will revitalise Wombeyan Caves as a feature tourism destination in the Southern Highlands and Southern Tablelands regions of New South Wales.
The project will inspire visitors to explore the outstanding natural and cultural heritage of the caves and the surrounding regions. Situated within proximity of Sydney and Canberra, it will appeal to those seeking a day trip or short break in this unique destination.
Infrastructure upgrades will improve onsite accessibility and better support the range of accommodation (camping and cabins) and nature-based activities offered at Wombeyan Caves. Improved services and amenities will increase the site's potential for events appropriate to this location.