Jenolan Caves

Blue Mountains

Overview

Open daily, Jenolan boasts Australia largest and most spectacular caves, and the world’s oldest. Discover the unspoiled underworld, stunning crystal formations and pure underground rivers, on fascinating cave tours. Explore World Heritage bushland. Spot native wildlife. Magical!

Description

Adventure Caving Or for challenge, try guided Adventure Caving. Slide, crawl, climb and squeeze deep into the mountain, with only your headlamp to light your way. Three levels of guided adventure start with the ‘Plughole’, no experience necessary. Authentic, challenging, satisfying! Hotel Accommodation For total escape, stay in historic Caves House hotel. With no TV, drift gently back in time. If these walls could speak! OR stay in our relaxed, modern Mountain Lodge popular with families, close to caves, restaurant and Caves Cafe. Self-Contained Cottages For self-contained stays, try Jenolan Caves Cottages, set amid bush and kangaroos. The private, historic Bellbird Cottage has 180-degree bush valley views. Binoomea Cottage, with 2 large apartments, is right at the caves. Your choice! Chisolm’s Restaurant Open for breakfast and dinner daily, and weekend lunch, Chisolm’s serves 'modern Australian' cuisine. Upstairs in Caves House, it’s one of Australia's two remaining Edwardian 'grand dining rooms', perfect for family get-togethers, romance or special occasions! *NB - due to COVID-19 restrictions, cave tours are all currently suspended. The Blue Lake Walk, River Walk and Grand Arch are also closed. It is essential for all travellers to check the RMS Live Traffic website before travelling to Jenolan. Visitors should be prepared for possible detour via Duckmaloi Road, Titania Road and Edith Road. For further information, check our website www.jenolancaves.org.au.

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