Mole Creek Karst National Park

Photo by Briana, University of Queensland (home university: University of British Columbia)

Mole Creek is famous for its karst landscape, formed by the erosion of limestone into a variety of landforms like sinkholes, ridges, gorges, and underground rivers. In particular, visitors flock to Marakoopa and King Solomons, the most popular of the area’s over 300 caves. Here, you’ll find a range of cave-dwelling creatures, including the largest glowworm population in any Australian cave accessible to the public.

Location: 330 Mayberry Rd, Mayberry TAS 7304, Australia

Hours: Vary by cave tour

Cost: $19 per cave tour

Phone: +61 3 6363 5182

Website: parks.tas.gov.au

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