Six months after devastating bushfires, one of the South West’s most beautiful natural attractions has finally reopened to the public.
The December bushfires ravaged the region, decimating over 6000 hectares of Boranup forest, including the area surrounding Lake Cave.
While the cave itself was thankfully unaffected by the fire, the normally lush exterior was severely damaged – including the 325 jarrah stairs that run from the top of the doline to the cave entrance.
The stairs have been meticulously rebuilt, with the rebuilding of the large platform at the top of the doline next on the agenda.
With the stairs back in action, guided tours have now reopened to the breathtaking cave – however they’re operating at a reduced capacity, so advance bookings are recommended!
To find out more about Lake Cave and to book a tour, click HERE.