Sandstone Caves — Point Of Interest in Dandry

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Sandstone Caves

Point Of Interest at Newell Hwy, Dandry NSW 2357, Australia, Dandry, New South Wales, 2357 . Here you will find detailed information about Sandstone Caves: address, phone, fax, opening hours, customer reviews, photos, directions and more.


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New South Wales
Newell Hwy, Dandry NSW 2357, Australia, Dandry, New South Wales, 2357

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Sandstone Caves is a Australian Point Of Interest based in Dandry, New South Wales. Sandstone Caves is located at Newell Hwy, Dandry NSW 2357, Australia,

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Reviews of Sandstone Caves

  • Nathan
    Added 2016.09.02
    Beautiful sandstone walls and surrounding environment. The walk is an easy grade that the kids and partners father enjoyed thoroughly. Highly recommend if in the area and interested.
  • Carlos
    Added 2016.02.07
    Well worth the visit. Easy 1.7km return walk. Very interesting cave formations. Toilet facilities. Needs better promotion and road signage to attract more visitors.
  • Jeremiah
    Added 2014.04.23
    The Sandstone Caves is just north of Coonabarabran, on the Newell Highway. Unfortunately these Caves are not signposted from the Highway but are situated between Cusack Creek and Billy Creek on a dirt road signposted as Yaminbah Trail. Only a short drive off the highway and a short easy walk to loop around a sandstone hill with a number of Caves historically used by local aboriginals. It is a special peaceful place with colourful rock formations and great vistas of the surrounding district.
  • Adam
    Added 2014.01.19
    Went here a few years ago and absolutely loved it. There was no signage off the highway though so had to track kms from the info centre. Great little hidden gem.
  • Isaac
    Added 2014.01.10
    Above flashback to the ancient centuries that the Australian aboriginals made a caves as shelter. There are also some fussils.

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