The exquisitely decorated Ngilgi Cave with its stunning stalactites and stalagmites is hosting a one-of-a-kind PIJF performance.
One of WA’s first tourist attractions, the Ngilgi Cave is a stunning natural wonder filled with glittering stalactites, stalagmites, helictites and beautifully coloured shawls.
Taking its new name from a local Aboriginal legend, the Ngilgi Cave is a karst cave to the northeast of Yallingup. This year, PIJF is inviting audiences to climb into the depths for an unbelievable live music experience.
This unique event will allow audiences to witness a spectacular jazz performance in the otherwordly surroundings of a natural cave. Taking place in the Amphitheatre Chamber, audiences will descend the stairs and be blown away by the sounds of Perth’s premier jazz musicians.
Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult.
PLEASE NOTE: The Ngilgi Cave venue is STANDING ROOM ONLY, and events have LIMITED CAPACITY, running for the first two tours of the day only.
Patrons with physical/mobility difficulties should be aware that the Ngilgi Cave contains many stairs and low ceilings that may present a challenge. The Ngilgi Cave is unfortunately not wheelchair accessible.
PLEASE ALSO NOTE that the cave is naturally very humid. Patrons with heat sensitivities, breathing issues or medical conditions which may make them vulnerable should exercise caution when attending and consult cave guides for further information.