Jenolan Caves


25 Nov 2017

Experience the thunderous RHYTHM HUNTERS in concert, in the spectacular Grand Arch.

Rhythm Hunters are back in their biggest show of the year, at The Jenolan Caves. With a brand new album coming in 2017 – this is the biggest and best album launch party we could imagine. Looking forward to making this the biggest and best Rhythm Underground ever!

Where Grand Arch, Jenolan Caves
Time 8 pm
Arrive before 7:00 pm, when the road will close. 

$55 pre-booked / $65 at door

Kids under 12 free.

Important Please a folding chair, cushion or rug.
Wear warm clothing.
Bookings Book online on Sticky Tickets 
or ring 0410 470 474
or email 

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Rhythm Hunters is an ever-evolving project that has carved a reputation as a group that knows no boundaries. Massive Japanese Drums to songs from remote Indonesia, smooth dance grooves and subtle electronics, the spectrum of sound is the imagination.

Rhythm Hunters have held 7 concerts in the arch and the event has seen 4000+ people to witness Frenetic Shamanic Dance, Japanese Shakuhachi Flute Master Riley Lee, thunderous Japanese drums, traditional music from Indonesia, electronic beats, drum and didge with Wild Marmalade and of course the enigmatic percussion master Nicky Bomba. It's like an organic dance party in the largest underground caves systems in the world.

A dynamite force in world roots music, adored for their frenetic drum choreographies and infectious dance grooves, Rhythm Hunters bring cutting edge physical percussion, western horns, Asian flute, deep grooves and electro beats, making them one of Australia’s most exciting and in demand festival acts.

Rhythm Hunters have played alongside acts such as Nahko and Medicine for the People, Evermore, Blue King Brown, Tash Sultana and The Melbourne Ska Orchestra. Festival slots include The Woodford Folk Festival, Peats Ridge, The Dreaming, The National Folk Festival, National Multicultural Festival, Winter Magic, Psyfari, Moomba, Jungle Love Festival, Subsonic, Mullumbimby Music Festival, Island Vibes, Illawarra and Cygnet Folk Festivals.

"Rhythm Hunters' new world tribal music has a reverence and a love of tradition that transcends age and genre. As a tight ensemble of 3 drummers to an orchestra of 16 players, this will knock you out."

“Rhythm Hunters shone and inspired, the intensity of the drums, combined with the poetics of dance and martial arts was irresistible”.
Lisa – Maree Botticelli (Australian Stage Online)

Incredible Location

The grand arch in Jenolan Caves will host RHYTHM UNDERGROUND. There is no better location for a sound experience, a dance experience, a concert, a party than this huge natural sound resonator, a massive theatre made of stone, a visual spectacle with rugged walls going up and up into the ether where stalactites delicately that hang and bats fly beyond reach. Jenolan is the oldest underground caves system in the world; the acoustics are on par with any of the world’s greatest concert halls but the atmosphere is still and ancient. A sound will be heard indefinitely is bounces of rock up into eventual silence.

Jenolan Caves are the largest, most spectacular and most famous caves in Australia. They are the world's oldest caves and one of the most outstanding cave systems on the planet. Experience the amazing and award - winning caves tours, adventure caving, scenic bush walks and Australian Aboriginal culture. Glimpse Australian birds and animals in the wild, including kangaroos and platypus. Set in Blue Mountains World Heritage wilderness, Jenolan Caves are a national treasure, of awe-inspiring beauty and scale.

Jenolan Caves is only 3 hours drive from Sydney, nestled deeply in the Blue Mountains World Heritage wilderness.


Camping is available at 'Brae Lossie farm stay', just 12km down the road from the Caves, for $20 per night, per person, including kids (available Friday and Saturday night).  It's a beautiful property, with a chai tent/chill out space, Friday night entertainment, and a nice after-gig chilled vibes running on Saturday night. Stay tuned for more details about great entertainment and activities on Friday night/ Saturday.  Brae Lossie Farm is situated on top of the Great Dividing Range, on 200 private rural acres overlooking a mountain spring-fed lake, perfect for those fresh water swims.

All booking for camping and the after-party chill-out must be booked online, in advance, on Sticky Tickets. Only those with camping tickets will be allowed onto the property.

Not into camping? Jenolan Caves also offers accommodation on site, in historic hotel, motel, self-contained cottage or backpacker lodge. To book accommodation at Jenolan Caves, click here.

To book, go to
Jenolan Caves Apps
4655 Jenolan Caves Road, Jenolan Caves, Blue Mountains NSW. Ph: 1300 76 33 11 or +61 2 6359 3911
2011 Winner - Australian Tourism Awards

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