I deliberately drove more than 500 kilometers to see the glowing worm. The cave itself is not big, but it is well protected. The small group was brought in by the guide, walked a section and turned on the lights, introduced meticulously, causes, recent events such as flooding, submerged water level The newly washed fossils of marine organisms are close to ancient times in South China, so the geology is similar. The growing rock pillars are estimated to be only 3-5mm thin, but they are 1m to 2m long. He also explained that Tasmania is geologically stable. Earthquakes are few and small. I saw cave spiders and glowing worms are not allowed to take pictures. Although I can use SLR long exposure without flash, he still doesn't allow it. This probably means commercial protection.
The Malakupa Cave is located in the Moer Creek Castel National Park. The entrance fee is 19 euros. The entrance is led by a guide on the hour. There are two underground rivers and many fireflies.
Pick up your adventurous spirit, and explore this underground world with me! In this cave, there are a lot of peculiar rocks at noon. This cave is a rare Castell landform. If you like to study geology, you can go here to take a look. In this cave, the temperature is still relatively good. Low, if you can still see the presence of fireflies at night, in this cave, if you turn off the light, you can only see a small light at the entrance of the tunnel. In this cave, you can feel To the magic of nature, you can feel the traces of historical evolution. Taking pictures here is also very, very beautiful. At noon, with colorful lights, it is like being in a fantasy world. For me, I like rocks very much. For people, this is simply paradise. If you also like geological exploration, you must come to this place to see if there will be a special guide to accompany you when this cave, they will be very patient to tell you about the tree The formation process of Song Confucianism is very enthusiastic, but the tickets here are not cheap, everyone costs 19 dollars, but seeing this beautiful scenery, you will be amazed that the money spent is worth it. Address: Mole Creek Karst National Park, Mole Creek, Tasmania, Australia Transportation: It is better to drive there by yourself