PRIVATE JENOLAN CAVES & BLUE MOUNTAINS TOUR
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Private Jenolan Caves & Blue Mountains Tour visit the Greater Blue Mountains area. Jenolan Caves are located only 70km from Katoomba following the winding country road. We recommend leaving Sydney slightly earlier, around 7.30 am. You would be passing main areas in the Blue Mountains, we suggest to stop at Lincoln Rock in Kings Tableland, pass Leura beautiful small town and continue to Katoomba. See Three Sisters rock formation, Cahills Lookout overlooking Megalong Valley and Katoomba Falls.
When in Jenolan, we have a chance to visit Blue Lake, and of course Jenolan Caves. The drive is very scenic with the winding road in some parts. It is a good area for spotting a kangaroo in the wild.
This tour combines the Best of the Blue Mountains and visits unique cave system Jenolan Caves
Jenolan Caves Info
The Jenolan Caves are part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. This limestone cave system is known for stalactites and labyrinth of underground rivers.
Nine of the 300 caves are open for public viewing, with a temperature of a constant 15 degrees Celsius. The Lucas Cave is the most famous thanks to Cathedral chamber used for concerts. The Temple of Baal Cave is also renowned.
The historic Jenolan Caves House was built in 1897 in spacious Federation style
There is a superb walking track there as well, passing along Jenolan River and Blue Lake. We can find a platypus there, the best time to see them is early in the morning or late afternoon.
The track is scenic 2.6km return, easy 1hr walk. There is a shortcut track there as well.
|1-2 Guests = AUD $650|
|3-4 Guests = AUD $730|
|5-6 Guests = AUD $800|
|7-8 Guests = AUD $900|
|9-11 Guests = AUD $1000|
|Hotel Pick-up 7.30am | Hotel Drop-off 6pm|
|Guide & Transport|
|National Park Entry Fees|
|Entry to Jenolan Caves & Lunch|
|Featherdale Wildlife Park AUD $28 Adult|
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