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Yarrangobilly Caves Thermal Pool

Yarrangobilly Caves Thermal Pool
Photograph: National Parks NSW

Time Out says

There’s something faintly surreal about encountering this spring-fed pool, nestled in a quiet valley clearing within Kosciuszko National Park. This 20-metre concrete rectangle, with an attached kiddie's paddling pool, picnic area and well-manicured lawns, looks like your average community lido, save for two crucial details. Firstly, it’s in the middle of dense bushland at least 75km from the nearest town, and secondly, it draws its waters from a reservoir over a kilometre beneath the ground. Warmed to a balmy 27 degrees, this gently mineralised hot spring pool can either be accessed from a nearby carpark, about 700 metres stroll away, or you can make it your reward for completing the three-kilometre River Walk hike. Be sure to factor a visit to the nearby caves – a 12km system with spectacular rock formations.



Address: Thermal Pool Walk
Price: Free
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
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