One of the largest and highest granite outcrops in the region, Cave Hill provides an area to explore ancient cave formations and pioneering ingenuity with the historic woodline dams on the outcrop.
Follow the well-posted walking tracks through this spectacular environment, and traverse the rounded granite formations to breathe in this ancient landscape. You may even see signs of the wild donkeys now living wild around the area, once part of the early pioneer’s workforce.
An excellent camping spot, it is also suitable for longer day trips from Kalgoorlie-Boulder or Coolgardie and has picnic tables, barbecues and toilets.
Follow the bushland walking trails to discover all Cave Hill has to offer.