30 October 2011

Jenolan Caves

In a national park location, part of the Greater Blue Mountains Heritage World area, three hours drive from Sydney's airport.  Jenolan Caves House built in 1897, is adorned in cascading wisteria.


According to Blue Mountains Australia website, more than 400 caves have been discovered at Jenolan since 1830; however their full extent remains unknown.

These photos were taken inside a single one of the caves; though there are guided tours available within ten caves in total.






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5 comments:

Jeanne said...

How beautiful. Pretty interesting to have so many caves in one area! Looks gorgeous. Also, how beautiful the spring wisteria looks. Hope you had a lovely weekend with Aidan!

Leora said...

Looks like a fun and beautiful place to visit.

Sherrie said...

Hi!
Awesome pictures of the cave. Have a great day!

Sherrie
Food for Thought

Madge @ The View From Right Here said...

That wisteria is gorgeous! What a beautiful lodge...

Jan Castle said...

The Wisteria is lovely...fortunately we have Wisteria and caves in the USA as well, so I know exactly how beautiful they are!
Paper Hugs,
Jan