Jenolan Caves-Outstanding Cave System
Jenolan caves is about 3.5-4 hours from Sydney. Jenolan Caves are a spectacular underground a cave system with breath taking calcite and stalagmite formations. The cave system is approximately 340 million years old, making it the world's oldest known and dated open cave system.
To see the entire cave system will take more than 8 days. Almost all portions of the cave have been well lit and is accessible.A large porion of the cave system still remain under a river system that flows inside. There are 10 cave systems available for tourists, They are
Lucas Cave: The most visited among all. It even has a cathedral inside where you can schedule your wedding. There are also regular concerts held in the "The Cathedral Chamber".
Chifley Cave: The Chifley Cave was the first cave in the world to be lit by electric light, having been illuminated this way in 1880.
Imperial Cave: This is the easiest cave to visit for tourists. The Imperial contains some of the best fossil deposits and several Tasmanian Devil bones.
River Cave: Definetly the most beautiful of them all, has several attraction like the Minaret and the Grand Column.
The other cave you can visit are Orient Cave, Ribbon Cave,Jubilee Cave,Temple of Baal Cave,Elder Cave,Aladdin Cave, Jersey Cave, Arch cave.
Things to do: Tour caves, eat, sleep, relax, goto concerts
Places to Visit: 10 Cave systems, Rock climbing.
Type of Place: Family Vacation, Wedding Venue, Group Holiday, Must see place.
Best time to visit: all year
It is a spectacular creation of Mother Nature that you should not miss.
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