Jenolan Caves

Visitor Information

What can you book at Jenolan?

We will be open every day, from April 1 to 25, 2022, for the school holidays, Easter long weekend and the ANZAC Day long weekend.


The extreme weather event in March 2021 mean that most of our spectacular caves are open for bookings, but some still remain closed for now. Join follow us on Facebook or sign-up for our e-News to keep up to date with which caves are bookable. 


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. Click here to book your accommodation package.


High Tea

Decadent high tea is available in our grand dining room. Click here to book your High Tea now

Chisolm's Leisurely Lunch

Leisurely lunch is served in Chisolm's Restaurant. Head Chef, Mark, has been busy developing a delicious 2-course and 3-course set menu lunch offering. Click here to pre-book your lunch with us

Caves Cafe

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


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

Our Caves Café and Chisolm’s Restaurant both accept Dine & Discover vouchers.


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 McKeown's Valley Track are open. All other walks remain closed for now.

Usually, We are Open on Weekends Only

  • Cave tours, our Caves Cafe, breakfast, high tea and Chisolm's lunch are always available on Saturday and Sunday.
  • Guests can always stay on Friday and Saturday nights.
  • Chisolm's Restaurant is always open for dinner on Friday and Saturday nights.

Pre-Booking is Mandatory

To enter Jenolan, you must first show your pre-booked ticket to our car park concierge. We may have to turn you around if you do not already have a ticket.

Getting to Jenolan - Arrive Early

You must arrive 45 minutes before your first activity. 

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.


When you arrive at Jenolan, via Edith Road, we will direct 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.  

Dine and Discover

We are still accepting Dine and Discover vouchers, which you can use at Chisolm's, Caves Cafe and for a cave tour. 

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

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