...and while they are considered 'caves' that makes me think I should be able to walk through. Some areas had been well-fenced off, with signage about there being Aboriginal drawings within that are being protected.
Generally though, it was a huge, ongoing wall with caverns, like this. Some deeper than others, and possibly, if you ventured in, you might get somewhere.
If you really wanted to, you could get down on your haunches and crawl on in with a spotlight. I'm not all that keen though, to maybe be persuaded to do a reverse-wriggle back-off, at eye-level to a forked tongue belonging to a King Brown, or an endangered Pale-headed snake. I can tell you, that'd I'd be pale-headed if I managed to get out of there quick enough! And you?
In the heat of the day, none of these mammals showed themselves. I'd never heard of the Large-eared Pied Bat before; an enclosed link there to Australian Government's, national recovery plan.
walk the pathway and step over this tree trunk; how many have done this before me I wonder