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Girloorloo Tours @ Mimbi Caves


Indigenous guided tour of the 400 million year old Devonian reef; the Kimberley's best kept secret!

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The tour begins at the entrance to the cave system with interpretative signage. Your Indigenous guide will share stories of what the old people used showing artefacts, introducing bush tucker and bush medicine plants. You will hear ancient dream time stories & other fascinating stories from more recent times. The Mimbi Cave system is a series of spectacular cave networks carved through the ancient Devonian reef system . You will see breathtaking speleotherms or active growing limestone formations. There are also beautiful shawls and flowstones , some with sparkling crystals.

Cancellation Policy

We understand plans can change, so here are our conditions and policies

If you wish to cancel your tour you must do so immediately with the booking agent. Once we have received your notice cancellation will take effect. If you do not inform the booking agent and are a no show you will receive no refund of your tour price. If cancellation takes place on the day of or within 48 hours of the tour 100% of your price will be forfeited. Cancellation more than 48 hours prior to the departure of the tour will enable a 100% refund of the tour price.
Girloorloo Tours reserve the right to cancel or postpone any tour at any time prior to departure if due to weather conditions road conditions natural disasters cultural considerations or other external events it is not viable for us to operate the planned itineraray . If we cancel a trip you may choose between us applying the amounts paid toward an alternative trip or receiving a full refund. We are not responsible for any incidental expenses that you may have incurred as a result of your booking such as visas vaccinations or non - refundable flights.


Fitzroy Crossing, Western Australia, Australia


The caves are 90 km east of Fitzroy Crossing and 200km west of Halls Creek . From Fitzroy there is a sign 1 km on LHS before the Mimbi Caves turnoff, from Halls Creek sign is on turnoff RHS. The Mt Pierre station road is gravel follow on 3.4km on the right hand side will be a sign "Welcome to Mimbi Caves". The guide will meet all visitors at this turnoff.



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Awesome Cave experience
Amazing cave experience: The caves themselves are awesome, the guide was informative (though not terribly verbose) and the whole experience was very relaxed. There was some clambering over big rocks, but mostly it was very family friendly (my 10-year-old daughter loved exploring and seeing bats/fish/frogs/etc).

At the end, there was an opportunity to swim in the cave pool. This was really awesome, but beware the water is ULTRA cold. Still worth doing if you can stand it.

Awesome visit to cave
We had a very interesting and informative tour with Rosemary, a Gooniyandi lady who lives locally and who is very involved with both the Caves and the nearby campground, Jarlarloo Riwi. The walk through the cave system was a little bit challenging at times but definitely worth the effort.
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Intriguing Mimbi Caves
Our trip to Mimbi Caves was a great experience. We camped in their secluded campsite surrounded by the limestone hills and enjoyed a beautiful sunset. The camp kitchen was new and clean with hot and cold water and flushing toilets. We enjoyed sitting around the campfire under a stunning starlit sky. There is a large fire pit and firewood provided.
The Mimbi Caves tour was taken by Ronnie who was a wonderful storyteller and singer. He informed and entertained us with information about the history of the land and formation of the caves.
This tour is reasonably priced and good value.
Thanks, Ronnie and your beautiful grandchildren