Yarrangobilly Caves House

Yarrangobilly Caves House is a romantic wedding venue set amid tall forests in the northern end of Kosciuszko National Park.

Image by Silas Photography

Yarrangobilly Caves House is an award-winning heritage house built in 1901 which makes the perfect venue for a romantic destination wedding. Set in the northern end of Kosciuszko National Park, it sits in the middle of a unique limestone formation which dates back 440 million years and offers a myriad of breathtaking ceremony locations.


Yarrangobilly Caves House will inspire you with its romantic function spaces and sweeping verandahs overlooking the limestone buffs. It is a stunning venue for a vintage wedding! The building was fully refurbished in 2012 and since then has been honoured with two prestigious awards: the National Trust Heritage Award for Conservation in 2013 and the Australian Institute of Architects Heritage conservation Architecture Award.

Image by Madeline Druce Photography

Accommodation options at the Yarrangobilly Caves House include elegant rooms in 1901 and 1917 wings as well as accommodation at the Lyrebird Cottage. During your stay here you can visit the magnificent Yarrangobilly Caves, relax in the naturally heated thermal swimming pool, explore the beautiful walking trails or even enjoy skiing on the slopes at the Selwyn Snowfields during winter months.

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