Jenolan Caves

Jenolan Caves can be found in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.

To get to this scenic wonder of unique formation of caves, it would be a three-hour drive from either Sydney or Canberra.

This labyrinth of stalactite-lined limestone chasms were carved by underground rivers.

This amazing natural formation is believed to be one of the finest cave systems in the world.

Nine of the 300 caves are open for public viewing. with a temperature of a constant 15 degrees Celsius.

The Lucas Cave features striking limestone formation of the Cathedral, an arching chamber often used for concerts.

The Temple of Baal Cave is also renowned for its spectacular features.

The River Cave, an Underworld Labyrinth – Still pools of the underground River Styx display stunning reflections.

The temperature within the caves is believed to be a constant 15 degrees Celsius.

The Blue Mountains Region is full of a number of tourist attractions for the visitor to enjoy.

So why don’t you plan your visit to Blue Mountains and the other regions of New South Wales.

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