What's new at Jenolan Caves?
The Childrens Hospital at Westmead has recognised Jenolan Caves as a 'Premier Partner'.
Aboriginal artist, Tom Brown, has completed his brilliant mural wall, illustrating the Gundungurra Dreamtime story of Gurangatch and Miragan.
Treat Yourself to a Healthy Workout! Exercise your way to lovely legs, by exploring our caves.
On February 15, 2013, at the Qantas Australian Tourism Awards, Jenolan Caves won 3 silver awards.
The Ulysses Club of visited us a few weekends ago. The Ulysses Club is a social club for motorcyclists over the age of 40 - the largest organisation of this kind in Australia.
Our self guided Nettle Cave tour now includes a completely new audio commentary about the caves and the land above was used by the Gundungurra people.
A FREE iPhone app, featuring audio information, images, maps and Aboriginal artwork is now available from iTunes.
A new scientific imaging technique has been used at Jenolan Caves.
We have revamped our popular e-newsletter.
On Nov 22, at a glittering ceremony, NSW Tourism bestowed 3 gold awards on Jenolan Caves, in the following categories: ‘Culture & Heritage’, ‘Ecotourism’ and Adventure Tourism’. This is the 3rd year that Jenolan Caves has won gold at state level.
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At the Blue Mountains, Lithgow & Oberon Awards of Excellence, we were the happy winners of 3 categories.
In 2014, Jenolan Caves will have the honour of hosting the International Cave Congress.
In March, 2012, at the Qantas Australian Tourism Awards, Jenolan Caves won the most hotly contested prize in Australian tourism.