Jenolan Caves are a series of remarkable caverns and caves located in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia.
The Caves are reportedly hundreds of millions years old and the size and beauty of these caves is nothing short of spectacular.
The cave complex consist of 9 known caves such as:
Temple of Baal Cave
Pool of Cerberus Cave
Today Jenolan is the most popular tourist destination in the Blue Mountains, with over 250,000 visitors annually enjoying the wonders of the nine caves, and an ever increasing number entering into the world of adventure caving.
Work at Jenolan caves continues with major upgrading of the show cave system and the visitor precinct. Over 160 years since the first Europeans travelling the valleys stumbled upon the vast openings of the Grand Arch and the Devil's Coachhouse the magic of Jenolan is still leaving its mark on visitors as a place as timeless as it is unforgettable.