In the wild Blue Mountains, a World Heritage-listed area, discover Australia’s most spectacular caves, rich with stunning crystal formations. These awe-inspiring caves are open every day for guided tours and are enthralling for all ages.
There are many caves to explore and breathtaking sights to witness; stroll along scenic bushwalks, past waterfalls and massive limestone arches, and spot native wildlife. And those looking for a challenge can try adventure caving.
These wondrous caves are the oldest in the world, dating back 340 million years. For millennia, the Indigenous people brought their sick to be healed in the pure subterranean waters that gushed from deep underground, and since the European settlement in 1836 the stunning natural beauty of these caves has been carefully preserved.
Stay awhile in the historic Jenolan Caves House, built in 1897, and choose from a wide choice of accommodation for all needs and budgets. Relax in magnificent restaurant, café and bar.
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