Secreted beneath the limestone ridge forming Cape Naturaliste, lies Ngilgi Cave at Yallingup. First opened to the public in 1900, the cave was originally known as Yallingup Cave, but was renamed to Ngilgi, after the Aboriginal legend describing the battle between a good spirit (Ngilgi) and an evil spirit (Wolgine). Ngilgi Cave is one of Geographe Bay's star attractions and as you explore its hidden treasures including stunning stalactite, stalagmite and helicitite, you’ll find out why. Uncover Ngilgi Cave's fascinating history as you visit an interpretive area of the cave. From underground to 123 metres above sea level, your return to Busselton includes a visit to Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse for sweeping views over Geographe Bay and the Indian Ocean.
Capture the including stunning stalactite, stalagmite and helicitite of Ngilgi Cave and the sweeping views over Geographe Bay and the Indian Ocean from Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse.
To make your day as enjoyable as possible, please wear comfortable flat-soled shoes, clothing suited to the weather conditions, a hat and SPF30+ or higher factor sunscreen. Make sure to bring bottled water.
This tour does not include a visit to the top of the Lighthouse.