King Solomon’s Cave, in Mole Creek Karst National Park, is a richly decorated limestone cave. The Mole Creek Karst National Park is in the central north of Tasmania, about 40 minutes’ drive west of Deloraine.
King Solomon’s Cave is a compact cave system with elaborate geological formations, including stunning calcite crystals known as King Solomon’s Diamonds. The Cave has high scientific and conservation significance and is home to a number of threatened plant and animal species. You can view King Solomon’s Cave, and nearby Marakoopa Cave, on guided tours which depart several times each day, or as part of a specialist guided adventure-caving experience. The guided tours take about 45 minutes and are suitable for all fitness levels and ages. Picnic shelters, free barbecues and toilets are located close by.
If you plan to visit both Marakoopa and Kings Solomon’s Caves, remember that it will take about 15 minutes to drive between the two. Only cave entry fees apply at Mole Creek Caves, however National Park entry fees do apply to other areas of the Mole Creek Karst National Park.