Cutta Cutta Caves Tour

Katherine, Northern Territory, Australia

Twenty-seven kilometres south of Katherine is the Cutta Cutta Caves National Park.  The park covers 1,499 hectares, with the Cutta Cutta Caves being the main attraction. These limestone caves have amazing stalagmites and stalactites and are home to several species of bat included the Horseshoe Bat and the Ghost Bat. There are 170 different species of birds here, as well as the harmless brown tree snake. There are guided tours all year around, although there may be closures due to flooding during the wet season. Admission fees do apply and there are no eftpos facilities, so cash is essential. Reviewer: Paula Duggan

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