It has a pothole entrance, a vertical extent of 26 metres (85 ft), and a length of 270 m (890 ft), with some large dry chambers.
Moondyne Cave was discovered in 1881 by Joseph Bolitho Johns, who had formerly been the bushranger known as Moondyne Joe. It was first opened for public viewing in 1911. Guided tours ended in 1959, but it was reopened in 1992 after undergoing restoration.
- Australian Speleological Federation Karst Index Database
- Elliot, Ian (1978). Moondyne Joe: The Man and the Myth. Nedlands, Western Australia: University of Western Australia Press. ISBN 0-85564-130-4. Republished in 1998 by Carlisle, Western Australia: Hesperian Press. ISBN 0-85905-244-3.
- "Margaret River Caves - Moondyne Cave". Show Caves of Australia. Retrieved 28 March 2015.
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