Jenolan Caves

One of Australia's Most Amazing Experiences

What Days is Jenolan Open?

Jenolan Caves is open 7 days a week.

Caves

Four caves are open currently - the Imperial, Chifley and Orient. The Temple of Baal Cave is open for overnight guests only. Join follow us on Facebook or sign-up for our e-News to keep up to date with which caves are bookable. 

Accommodation

Our historic Caves House with its grand classic, classic and family rooms is open for booking. Your room booking includes and a-la-carte breakfast and dinner. Phone 1300 76 33 11 to book your accommodation package.

Dining

Caves Cafe

Our licensed Caves Café, is also open for delicious light meals and local coffee.

Dinner

The grand dining room, Chisolm's Restaurant is open for dinner, and we have a 2-course and 3-course menu on offer, if you are an overnight guest. 

Bushwalks

If you have pre-booked a ticket for a tour or dining, you can be admitted to the Jenolan valley, where you can access our bushwalks. Carlotta’s Arch walk and the Devils Coach House Lookdown are open. All other walks remain closed for now.

Pre-Booking is Mandatory

To enter Jenolan, you must have a pre-booked ticket. We may have to turn you around if you do not already have a ticket.

Getting to Jenolan - Arrive Early for Escort Vehicle

On Edith Road, 3 kms before Jenolan, at the top of the steep valley descent, STOP AT THE BARRIER. The descent is now one-way, so Transport for NSW will escort your vehicle 3km down to our carpark. Then, you can catch our free shuttle bus, right down to caves and hotel. Escort vehicles run every 20-minutes and shuttle bus runs more frequently. To be on time for your tour, please arrive at the barrier (3km from the caves) *** 1 HOUR AND 15 MINUTES BEFORE YOUR FIRST BOOKED ACTIVITY.*** Escort vehicles leave our car park every 20 minutes, to accompany vehicles back up the hill. The gate is locked at 6pm every evening, so all day-visitors must be out of the Jenolan Valley by 6:30pm.

Due to Road Closures, Accessing Jenolan Caves Has Changed if You Are Travelling from Sydney.

Even if you have previously been to Jenolan Caves, or are familiar with the area, please note the detour below, to ensure you’re able to successfully navigate to Jenolan, to experience Australia’s most spectacular caves, iconic dining and historic accommodation, all set in the Blue Mountains World Heritage wilderness.

DIRECTIONS - From the Great Western Highway, turn left onto Jenolan Caves Road. To avoid road closures that exist further along this road, turn right onto Duckmaloi Road. Just before the town of Oberon, turn left onto Titania Road, and then left onto Edith Road, which will take you all the way to Jenolan Caves. This picturesque country detour will add approximately 30 minutes to your trip. For more details, see Getting Here. We also suggest accessing Google Maps, other navigation applications and checking Live Traffic in case of further delays.

Parking

When you arrive at Jenolan, via Edith Road, the escort vehicle will take you to our upper car park. After parking, you can walk down the path to caves and hotel. It is a lovely walk, although steep with some stairs. Or you can use our shuttle bus service.  

4655 Jenolan Caves Road, Jenolan Caves, Blue Mountains NSW. Ph: 1300 76 33 11 or +61 2 6359 3911

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