Discover the World Heritage treasures of Blue Mountains National Park and the breathtaking natural wonders of the Jenolan Caves.
Nestled on the western side of the Blue Mountains, this extensive network of limestone caves and above-ground arches are Australia’s most impressive. Pass by the Sydney Olympic Park at Homebush Bay. Climb the western mountain highway via the sleepy townships Blaxland, Wentworth, Lawson and Katoomba the quaint capital of the Blue Mountains National Park, a getaway destination for holiday-makers. Enjoy a morning stop in the beautiful town of Leura and why not pick up a take away lunch from one of the many cafes there. Enjoy views over stunning eucalypt forests and age-old rock formations as you travel through the scenic Blue Mountains, learn ancient Aboriginal Dreamtime interpretations of the creation of the world. Enjoy a stop at Echo Point and see the famous Three Sisters rock formation (a stop will be made, time permitting). Enter the Grand Arch at Jenolan Caves, hiding place of sparkling limestone caverns. Take in the beauty of the region and see the mysterious Blue Lake.
Join an informative and fully guided Cave tour through the Lucas Cave. Relax amid the comfort and ambience of Caves House, originally a 1920s holiday retreat for Sydney’s rich and famous. Watch for native wildlife among the quiet bush land, the deep caves and great valley. Learn the folklore of the intrepid settlers and legendary bushrangers of this region. Depart Jenolan Caves for your direct drive back to Sydney.