Cave Hill Nature Reserve
Cave Hill Nature Reserve is located 90 kilometres south of Coolgardie. With its large cave and wave formation and sensational granite outcrop, Cave Hill is great for rock-climbing and picnicking. A nature track which winds through the reserve is great for viewing the many wildflowers and fauna of the region. Visitors can take advantage of the many recreational activities available including; sightseeing, walking, nature observation, 4WDriving, and yabbying.
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