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At the western end of kangaroo island there is a tiny signpost announcing the Kelly Hill Caves.
A short walk through the bush car park brings you to their visitors centre where you can book a guided tour of the caves. They stock basic supplies, ice creams and tea and coffee. If you need to wait a while for the tours (they are generally on the hour at quarter past, for example 'Adventure Caving' at 2.15pm daily) there's some covered tables, chairs and picnic areas where you can share lunch before entering the caves.
Our guide was an avid caver and shared stories of the adventures and discoveries he had taken, he talked to us about what it was like originally finding the caves and how difficult it was then to get in and out.
To demonstrate, he then flicked all the lights off leaving us in total darkness. You could imagine how easy it would have been to get lost and how amazing the scene would be that unfolded once the lights were brought in.
Cave tours and adventure caving (adventure caving tours include the price of the cave tour and bookings are required) are: Adults $15/$60 Concession $12/$48 Children $9/$39, Family $41/$164.
Alternatively a Kangaroo Island Pass is available which allows unlimited entry over 12 months to Seal Bay Tours, Kelly Hill Caves, Cape Border Light Station, Cape Willougby Light Station, Flinders Chase National Park: Adult $64, Concession $51, Children $39, Family $17 (companion cards accepted).