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Jenolan Caves

4655 Jenolan Caves Rd, Jenolan Caves, New South Wales 2790, Australia
+61 1300 763 311
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Open every day, Jenolan Caves are the largest, most spectacular and most famous caves in Australia. Explore the world's oldest caves - one of the most outstanding cave systems in the world. You are never too young or old to experience the amazing - award-winning tours, adventure caving, scenic bush walks and Australian Aboriginal culture. Glimpse Australian birds and animals in the wild, including kangaroos and platypus. Relax in our magnificent Chisolm's Restaurant, cafe or bar. We even offer accommodation - hotel, motel, cottage or backpacker lodge. Set in Blue Mountains World Heritage wilderness, Jenolan Caves are a national treasure, of awe-inspiring beauty and scale.
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4655 Jenolan Caves Rd, Jenolan Caves, New South Wales 2790, Australia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Toured the cave and loved it. Our guide was fabulous (wish I had caught his name). We loved seeing the fascinating rock formations and learning about the caves and their history. It is out of the way but we were really glad that we came....More

Thank Jeff C
Reviewed 1 week ago

First off a good tip is to buy your tickets online before you arrive. They are discounted and are not sold at the shop on site. We just did the one cave tour, a combined Imperial & Diamond cave with Scotty the redhead amateur comedian...More

Thank UteBloke
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We did two cave tours - both with Scott (the Scott with the red hair and the beard, not the Scott with the red hair and the beard!). And no definitely not Carlos. He was fantastic - very knowledgeable, crummy jokes and very tolerant of...More

Thank Randall S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I like caves and geology, so I enjoyed these caves. However, they didn’t strike me as any more amazing than any of the other cave tours I’ve done in other countries. I did the Chiefly caves first. It was nice the tour guide was nice....More

2  Thank Duncan P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Amazing! We toured Lucas Cave and loved every second. Our guide, Graham, knew his sybject matter very well. He was friendly and humorous taking time to answer all questions and engage with the tour group. Large group but didn't miss seeing anything.

1  Thank Jacquie W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Organise as many cave tours as possible. They are all quite different with different features. Guides are good with clear explanations.

1  Thank Tony M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was the highlight of our Blue Mountains trip, where we planned for a half day visit, approx. a 20 minute drive from our accommodation. After a winding descending road, we arrived at the Jenolan Caves.. driving through the first section of the caves was...More

2  Thank Gymrat76
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It really is beyond me why people seem to think that a magnificent natural wonder like caves in the middle of nowhere are appropriate for their 90 year old mother to visit! Boo hoo, let’s whinge about having to walk. Boo hoo, let’s whinge about...More

2  Thank Dudette12345
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Lucas Cave was recommended to me by the Ticket office in the Caves House precinct and well worth the money as it is run by NSW National Parks & Wildlife which is well organised as a group in my opinion. I purchased my ticket...More

1  Thank Barry P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

visited in november and twice before over a 40 year period. nothing has changed still poorly managed. Yes the caves are worth seeing but that is where it stops. Children per cave tour should be limited. difficult for guide to control unruly children and give...More

1  Thank quagliow
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Fisherholidays
12 July 2017|
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Response from Blahblahteacher | Reviewed this property |
I enjoyed the Lucas cave because you get to see a little bit of everything including the river. Such a spectacular adventure
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paige o
6 May 2017|
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Response from 4nomadsAU | Reviewed this property |
There was a 2 year old on our tour yesterday of the diamond and imperial caves. Her parents didn't carry her at all. It's pretty flat and she used the rail on the steps.
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Nerida A
4 March 2017|
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Response from Judy J | Reviewed this property |
Probably the Diamond Cave which includes the Imperial Cave, There are steps but they are optional, you can wait whilst the rest of the group does that extension as they double back. The Guides would give you advice online... More
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