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A PLACE OF SPIRITAL, CULTURAL AND ARCHAELOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE
Mimbi Caves is a 400 Million year old Cave system which was worn by water during the Devonian Period.
Located approximately east of Fitzroy Crossing on the traditional lands of the Gooniyandi people who have inhabitied the caves for centuries, the caves contain some of the most significant fossil sites in the southern hemisphere as well as ancient rock art.
The Gooniyandi guides will tell you of their history in the area, their dreamtime stories, introduce you to bush tucker and their traditional use of plants and prepare billy tea and damper for you.
The 2 hour tour is not strenuous but is very enjoyable and informative.
For more information see the staff at the Fitzroy Crossing or Halls Creek Visitor Centres.
Directions: The caves are 90 km east of Fitzroy Crossing and 200 km 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 two km RHS will be a sign" Welcome to Mimbi Caves". The guide will meet all visitors at this turnoff.
Fitzroy Crossing Visitor Centre
PO Box 101
Fitzroy Crossing WA 6765
Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(08) 9191 5355
Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(08) 9191 5085
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If you are planning to undertake this trip YOU MUST SEEK OUT other authoritative advice and information - eg visitor centres
Outback travel can be a very exciting adventure but it also can be very hazardous especially off road and in remote and isolated areas.
Your Outback trip should only be undertaken after lengthy and careful planning, plus having plenty of water, fuel, food, working communication devices etc
Understand the distances between fuel stops by ringing ahead and checking with the roadhouses, cattle stations and visitor centres - that what you want is at the next stop.
Understand what is the best time of year to travel and what is not, understand your vehicle and its capabilities and how to repair it plus have spare tyres (Min 2 extra)
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