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Jenolan Caves and Blue Mountains Tour from Sydney

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off in Sydney makes for an easy day trip
  • Leave the driving and navigation to the experts
  • Listen to live commentary on board so you can enjoy the sights to their fullest
Jenolan Caves and Blue Mountains Tour from Sydney
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Jenolan Caves and Blue Mountains Tour from Sydney
Combine several wonders of the Blue Mountains—Jenolan Caves, Echo Point, and Jamison Valley—with transportation on this tour from Sydney. Accompanied by a guide providing insightful commentary, climb to Echo Point to get views and photo ops over the Jamison Valley and the Three Sisters rock formation. At Jenolan Caves, explore part of the 25-mile (40-kilometer) cave series on a guided tour.
What to Expect
Begin your adventure by boarding an air-conditioned coach for a 2-hour drive through the countryside. As the driver takes care of directions and navigates traffic, you are free to just relax and enjoy the scenery.

When you reach Katoomba, head for Echo Point to get fantastic views over the Three Sisters and Jamison Valley while your guide fills you in on the area's ecology and history. Back on the bus, travel another hour through the region to reach Jenolan Caves.

Embark on a guided tour headed to Lucas Cave, the largest in the 25-mile (40-kilometer) chain. Test out the acoustics in The Cathedral, Lucas Cave's highest chamber, and listen to in-depth commentary on the formation of the caves and their history. 

Relax on the drive back for drop-off in central Sydney.
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1 - 5 of 19 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
A Great Day!!

We had a great tour guide - Darren. He was a great driver and even stopped to show us wild kangaroos. Ingrid was our guide in the Jenolan Caves - this was such a unique experience with the music and lights in the caves. She...More

Thank Geeta D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Our tour guide made it fantastic

We booked this tour because everyone said blue mountain is a must. Our tour was Derren. He was extremely friendly, very welcoming, and entertaining. We've been to most of the museums in Sydney, however, Derren taught us about Australia more than what we've learn from...More

Thank fatemah a
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Would do it again!!

What a long day, but because of the driver Peter we were all so happy. He was great about telling us what we were driving past and the history of it! What a wonderful person he is! The caves were breath taking. I loved the...More

Thank January U
rdsydney, Guest Relations Manager at Gray Line Sydney, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Good Morning January, Thank you for your lovely comments regarding our Jenolan Caves tour - yes it is a long day with a lot to see, but we are so glad to hear that Peter helped to make your day an enjoyable one and that...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Cold Mountain or Blue Mountain

The journey started from Parramatta, Sydney to Katoomba by a Microbus, The weather of Blue mountain was sunny and cold. Jenolan Caves is very beautiful.

Thank Akhter A
Reviewed 13 June 2018 via mobile
Great day trip with John S

My Daughter and I had a wonderful trip out to Blue Mountains and the Jenolan Caves led by Mr John S. He made our day awesome with his cheerful and energetic personality as well as going out of his way to make it memorable. He...More

Thank 31lynettes
rdsydney, Guest Relations Manager at Gray Line Sydney, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Good Afternoon, Thank you for your lovely comments regarding our Blue Mountains Tour. We are so glad to hear that John helped to make your day and enjoyable one and an experience that you will remember! I will pass your comments onto John and I'm...More

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Michael O
4 May 2018|
Response from HKMichelinTour | Reviewed this property |
Apology for the belated reply! Yes, stairs up and stairs down and most of the paths are narrow. That is quite a walk for some tourists. When the group is big and there are slower walkers, those in front have to wait a... More