Abercrombie Caves Park Trunkey Creek, Central NSW, New South Wales, NSW 2795

Open all year

The Abercrombie Caves lie in a quiet, picturesque valley, four hours drive from Sydney. Here you'll find The Archway - the largest natural arch in the Southern Hemisphere - and a number of other grand, richly decorated caves.

Activities include cave tours, camping, hiking to Mount Gray or the Grove Creek Falls, fishing, swimming and fossicking for gold and semi-precious gemstones. This is also an ideal place for birdwatching and photography.

There are plenty of campsites along the picturesque Groves Creek. Facilities include a camp kitchen and dining room with stove, barbecues, urn, tables and chairs. There are three amenities blocks with hot showers and flush toilets with wheelchair access. You will need to bring your own fire wood.


Abercrombie Caves Park
Off Bathurst-Goulburn Road
Central NSW, New South Wales
NSW 2795


Abercrombie Karst Conservation Reserve is a four-hour drive from Sydney. Follow the M4 motorway west through the Blue Mountains, Katoomba, Lithgow and on to Bathurst. The reserve is approximately one hour from Bathurst on the Trunkey Creek-Goulburn Road.

Nearby attractions

Abercrombie Caves

Things to do nearby

  • Boat launch
  • Fishing
  • Swimming (Outdoor)

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