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Blue Mountains and Jenolan Caves Tour from Sydney

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Key Highlights
  • Enjoy a guided tour of a rugged cave
  • Snap a picture of the legendary Three Sisters rock formation
  • Take a drive to remember through the peaceful Blue Mountains
  • Enjoy stunning views of the Blue Mountains on route to the caves
  • Round trip transportation in an air conditioned vehicle
  • Activity Schedule
    When does it run?

    Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday


    Approx. 11 hours

    Start time


    Meeting Point

    The tour departs from Wheat Road, Streetside behind Sydney Aquarium, Darling Harbour. Hotel pick-ups from central Sydney hotels can be arranged (subject to availability).
    Download the hotel pick up list - Effective from 01st April 201y

    Please contact the local activity operator 24 hours prior to the start of the tour with your hotel details.

    Ending Point

    The tour ends at the starting point

  • Overview & Itinerary

    Explore an enchanted cave sculpted by the sure hands of time and pressure.

    Your guide will show you shawls, columns and minarets of stone as you walk and crawl through this surreal limestone cavern. See the Mountain villages on the way to Katoomba.

    On your way to the cave, you’ll pass through the scenic Blue Mountain region, with views of the Three Sisters rock formation and Jamison valley.


    You will be picked up by an air-conditioned coach from designated meeting point or your Sydney hotel (subject to availability) for this Blue Mountains and Jenolan Caves Adventure. Your English-speaking driver/ guide will provide commentary on the geological wonders featured in the tour.

    Head west to the Blue Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage Area. You’ll find English-style gardens and travel through the quaint mountain villages Blaxland, Leura, Wentworth and Lawson before stopping off at Katoomba.

    Take in the magnificent vistas from Echo Point, see the famous Three Sisters, a formation of three towering sandstone peaks that rise above the verdant Jamison Valley.

    Enter Jenolan Caves via the Grand Arch - Australia’s best known underground limestone cave system. You have your leisure time to discover the caves, take in the beauty of Blue Lake or take an option to take a guided cave inspection of the Lucas caves.

    After caves inspections, you have free time to explore the beautiful surrounds. See the beautiful Caves Guesthouse (bistro).

    Your tour will end around 7:00pm, where it began.

  • Inclusions & Exclusions
    • Hotel pick-up and drop-off (subject to availability)
    • Transportation by an air-conditioned coach
    • English-speaking driver/ guide
    • Guided Lucas cave tour
    • Free WiFi on coach
    • Lunch
  • Please note & Additional info
    Please note

    Please contact the local activity operator 24 hours prior to the start of the tour with your hotel details.

    Reasonable fitness level and agility are required for this tour.

    Hotel pick-ups from central Sydney hotels can be arranged (subject to availability).

    It is imperative that you wait at the front entrance of your hotel for the pickup. You may wait in the large covered areas at the entrance or at the kerbside but you should have a clear view of where the coaches may pull up.

    Passengers can enjoy the freedom to purchase their own meal choices on the day and are not restricted to a select menu.

    For Hotel pick-up, you will be picked up from the front entrance of your hotel.

    Additional info

    The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have

  • reviews
    • Great going into the caves only negative not the fault the tour group just the young people more interested in taking selfies instead of appreciating the amazing Jenolan cav...

      Penny Belluz, , 14/Apr/2017
    • Trip DownUnder

      Over all good experience...

      V Srinivasan, India, 11/Jan/2014

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