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Discover a honeycomb of spectacular limestone formations carved by an underground river almost 400 million years ago at Buchan Caves. Tour the largest cave system in Victoria, enjoy a picnic in the scenic heritage-listed landscape or camp a night under the stars.
Set among rare and exotic trees, this campground is a family favourite. Immerse yourself in the peaceful landscape, relax to the sound of a babbling brook nearby and listen for lyrebirds mimicking the calls of their surrounds.
Step into the extraordinary underworld of Buchan Caves on a guided tour of Fairy Cave and Royal Cave. It's amazing to think that the elaborate limestone sculptures, calcite-rimmed pools and baroque stalactites and stalagmites have all formed through natural processes over thousands of years.
Nestled in the north of Alpine National Park, and bordering Kosciuszko National Park, the wild and remote Benambra, Buchan and Bonang area is Victoria’s modern world escape. Explore the magnificent Snowy River, picturesque Suggan Buggan Valley, the headwaters of the Murray River, and spectacular peaks of Mount Cobberas and Tingaringy.
Stay a night in the historic Caves House. Take in the views over Buchan River and explore all Buchan Caves Reserve has to offer.
Parks Victoria and the Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation (GLaWAC) are rebuilding visitor facilities at Buchan Caves Reserve, following major bushfire damage in summer 2019/2020.
Nestled in a picturesque valley in East Gippsland, the Buchan Caves Reserve hides an underground world of colour and enchantment just waiting to be discovered. Hundreds of caves are in this region and some of the most spectacular limestone formations in Australia can be found here.
Recent visitors to Buchan Caves Reserve may have noticed two new concrete bridges spanning Spring Creek at the Fairy Cave end of the reserve.