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Venture underground as you explore the Blue Mountains on this full-day tour, including hotel pick-up and round-trip transport from Sydney. First, climb to the Echo Point lookout for a spectacular view of the Three Sisters and Jamison Valley. Next, explore the magnificent Jenolan Caves, which stretch over a mind-boggling 25-miles (40km) through the Megalong Valley. Follow your guide into the largest of the caves, Lucas Cave, to admire the ‘Cathedral’ chamber, so called for its breath-taking acoustics.
The Jenolan Caves are the largest cave system open to the public in Australia, and at 340 million years old, some of the oldest. On this tour you’ll focus on one specific cave—the Orient Cave—which is considered the most beautiful. It’s also one of the easiest to explore. Be amazed by the crystals, columns, and other formations, and learn about the geology of the caves from your guide.
Experience the magnificent Blue Mountains with this tour of Lucas Cave. Explore this massive series of cavners with an informative local guide and check out the amazing Cathedral Chamber, with 164 foot (50 meter) ceilings, and the Exhibition Chamber, stretching an incredible 300 feet (91 meters). Marvel at colorful shawls and check out the stunning stalactites and stalagmites of the Mafeking Branch.
Explore the UNESCO listed Jenolan Caves on an exciting 2-hour tour. Traverse 1,298 stairs, as you discover the 340 million-year-old subterranean labyrinth. With your guide taking care of navigation, there’s no need to worry about making a wrong turn. The stunning natural formations are sure to impress anyone, regardless of their interest in geology. Have your camera ready for the Tower Chamber, Pool of Reflections, Queen's Canopy, and more.
The Jenolan Caves are the largest cave system in Australia that is open to the public. On this fascinating tour you’ll experience two of the most impressive portions of the cave--the Imperial Cave and Diamond Branch sections. These are not too strenuous to tour, as there are fewer steps than in some other parts. Be amazed by the natural underground formations, and learn all about the geology of the complex from your guide.
Leave the city behind for a full-day tour to the Blue Mountains and Jenolan Caves. Take in the highlights of Blue Mountains National Park including the Three Sisters pinnacles at Echo Point, the town of Katoomba, and the richly colored waters of Blue Lake, then go underground to marvel at the cathedral-like chambers of Jenolan Caves.
Make your own way through the Blue Mountains and discover one of the Jenolan Caves' numerous chambers. On this experience, navigate your way through the Imperial Cave, an impressive network that follows an ancient river passage. Marvel at the dramatic Crystal City, the Alabaster Column, and the aptly-named Shawl Cave, filled with delightful cave shawls. Admire displays of excavated animal bones including the Tasmanian Devil, which has long been extinct on mainland Australia. Your experience also includes an optional Jenolan Underground River experience.
The Jenolan Caves are the largest in Australia, located in the UNESCO-listed Blue Mountains region, west of Sydney. On this tour, venture underground to explore the Temple of Baal Cave, admire natural wonders such as the 'The Dragon's Throat' and 'Moloch's Grotto’, and learn all about the fascinating rock formations from an expert guide.
If you've already taken in the classic views of the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, head underground for a brand new perspective. This guided tour takes you to explore Jenolan, Australia's largest cave system open to the public and some of the oldest caves on Earth. In the company of a guide, explore high caverns, unique formations, and exquisite spar crystal.
Visit Jenolan Caves to explore Australia's most spectacular cave system with a small group of no more 12 people. Located in the Blue Mountains of NSW near Oberon, this challenging 2-hour journey involves climbing, squeezing and crawling into the heart of a limestone mountain like a real cave explorer. No previous caving experience is necessary for this introductory caving tour, however it requires a decent level of flexibility, strength, and agility.
Set in the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, Jenolan is Australia's most spectacular cave system, the largest cave system in Australia (that is open to the public) and is 340 million years old - ranking it amongst the oldest caves on Earth. Jenolan's Extended Orient tour shows you the breathtaking Orient Cave, plus sections of the Lucas and River caves.
Set in the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, Jenolan is Australia's most spectacular cave system, the largest cave system in Australia (that is open to the public) and is 340 million years old - ranking it amongst the oldest caves on Earth. Delicate and not often shown, Jenolan's Ribbon Cave is a narrow gallery of unusual features that you see up close.
Set in the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, Jenolan is Australia's most spectacular cave system, the largest cave system in Australia (that is open to the public) and is 340 million years old - ranking it amongst the oldest caves on Earth. Jenolan's Extended Orient tour shows you the awe-inspiring Temple of Baal Cave, plus sections of the Lucas and River caves.