“The magical underground world of Hastings Caves will open your eyes to what lies beneath the picturesque Tasmanian landscape. The mystery of these Tasmanian caves is revealed beneath a dense green forest and ferny glades. The spacious dolomite cave system is a labyrinth of chambers, richly decorated and cleverly lit to highlight ancient subterranean formations.
Explore the Hastings Caves State Reserve further on the two easy walking trails, pack a picnic, or enjoy a barbecue with friends and family in the lovely forest surrounds. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for the native wildlife that share this forest, including platypus, quolls, pademelons and birds.”
Accessibility InformationGeneral accessibility features:
Mobility accessibility features:
- Accessible toilet(s)
- Accessible interior spaces
"The visitor centre and café are fully accessible, as are the toilets. Wheelchair users may need assistance to reach the thermal springs. The pool has steps and a handrail. The change rooms and toilets are accessible, but wheelchair users may require assistance with the showers. There are picnic sites including sheltered tables and barbeques.
The Platypus walk is a lovely 5 to 10 minute track through the forest behind the pool. This wide, boardwalked track is wheelchair-friendly.
There are guided tours of Newdegate Cave, but the path and cave contain stairs and low lighting, unsuitable for most mobility impaired people."
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