The fossils have earned Naracoorte Caves National Park a spot on the World Heritage List – South Australia’s only listed attraction. For more than 500,000 years giant animals roamed the Naracoorte area. Falling into well hidden pitfall caves, their fossilised skeletons were left behind, giving scientists a rare glimpse of long extinct animal life. These animals, along with others, have been recreated into life-sized models at the renowned Wonambi Fossil Centre. The park’s tourist caves also boast a glorious display of stalagmites and stalactites.
For the more adventurous, tours are available allowing you to crawl, slide and squeeze through tight tunnels and chambers.Tweet
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