See our colourful website: www.jenolancaves.org.au. This page presents updates concerning caves, cave technology, cave science, conservation, tourism, travel tips, team bonding, risk, challenge, bush walking, World Heritage, the paranormal, native animals, stromatolites, tourism awards, history, photography and major Blue Mountains events such as royal visits and the Six Foot Track Marathon. Believe it or not, Jenolan Caves resonates with all these issues. This page is also a great place for us to show off all the flattering blogs that our visitors write about Jenolan. Jenolan Caves is: • the world's oldest cave system, yet discovered • Australia's biggest cave system that is open to the public • Australia's most spectacular cave system • Australia's longest continuously operating tourist attraction • one of Australia's leading ecotourism providers • the winner of 36 tourism awards in 6 years • visited by approximately 250,000 people per year, from all over the world • located in The Blue Mountains World Heritage Area Every day of the year, we offer: • 14 spectacular caves • guided show cave tours, adventure caving & multi-lingual self-guided cave tours • underground rivers • ghost tours & other night tours • self-guided bush walks, including one that focuses on Australian Aboriginal culture • Australian wildlife, including kangaroos, platypus, tiger quolls, rare brush tailed wallabies & other marsupials • team building activities • unique weddings and romantic receptions • cafe, bar & restaurant • a wide range of accommodation, from heritage suites to backpacker lodge & self-contained cottages • conference facilities Jenolan Caves are so extensive that the entire system has not yet been fully explored, and is the subject of ongoing scientific study.
The Jenolan Caves in the Blue Mountains are one of the world's most spectacular cave systems. Find out more, book tickets and accommodation here.