Recent Searches
Clear

We’re committed to helping you feel confident as you get back out there. Check out our flexible cancellation policies and learn what steps operators are taking to keep you safe. As conditions evolve, check local regulations for the latest information.

Read More

Jenolan Caves and Blue Mountains Tour from Sydney

star-4.5
|
Sydney, Australia

Select Date and Travelers

Number of travelers
0 Infants1 Infant2 Infants3 Infants4 Infants5 Infants6 Infants7 Infants8 Infants9 Infants10 Infants11 Infants12 Infants13 Infants14 Infants15 Infants0 Children1 Child2 Children3 Children4 Children5 Children6 Children7 Children8 Children9 Children10 Children11 Children12 Children13 Children14 Children15 Children1 Adult2 Adults3 Adults4 Adults5 Adults6 Adults7 Adults8 Adults9 Adults10 Adults11 Adults12 Adults13 Adults14 Adults15 Adults
Free Cancellation
up to 24 hours in advance
Loading available options...


icon11 hours  (Approx.)
Pickup from select hotels
Mobile ticket
iconOffered in: English
Good for avoiding crowds

Overview

Venture underground as you explore the Blue Mountains on this full-day tour, including hotel pick-up and round-trip transport from Sydney. First, climb to the Echo Point lookout for a spectacular view of the Three Sisters and Jamison Valley. Next, explore the magnificent Jenolan Caves, which stretch over a mind-boggling 25-miles (40km) through the Megalong Valley. Follow your guide into the largest of the caves, Lucas Cave, to admire the ‘Cathedral’ chamber, so called for its breath-taking acoustics.
  • Full-day Blue Mountains tour from Sydney
  • See the Three Sisters, Jamison Valley, and the Blue Lake
  • Explore the beautiful Jenolan Caves
  • Transport by air-conditioned coach
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
Q:
What is the maximum group size during Jenolan Caves and Blue Mountains Tour from Sydney?
A:
This activity will have a maximum of 48 travelers.

See all safety measures taken by Jenolan Caves and Blue Mountains Tour from Sydney.

Traveler Photos

Reviews

4.5
star-4.5
70 Reviews
5 stars
4 stars
3 stars
2 stars
1 star
Reviews by Viator travelers
star-5
Tony the bus driver was awesome.
Michael_P
, Mar 2020
Jenolan Caves road access was closed so we toured the Blue Mountains and Featherdale wildlife center. Amazing day and wonderful trip.
star-5
Must see!
Global06268101419
, Jun 2019
We had an amazing day on our tour of the Blue Mountains and Jenolean Caves. It was a long day with all the traveling, but 100% worth the effort. I will never forget it!
star-5
Great tour and guide
nooshi99
, Jan 2019
The guide was very informative and entertaining, and the tour overall was well organized. Would definitely recommend to others.
star-5
This is a small group tour in a...
Mary
, May 2018
This is a small group tour in a mini-bus with our driver/guide Tom who entertained us with historical facts of Sydney and the Blue Mountains as well as the legend of the Three Sisters. There were only 11 of us in this cold, rainy day. We were forewarned that if there was snow in the mountains, we would have to turn back. Fortunately, there wasn't so off we drove to the north of Sydney, across the Harbor Bridge and to the Blue Mountains where we stopped at Leura for refreshments and packed lunch. Leura is such a pretty suburb. We took photos of the 3 sisters in nearby Echo Point and proceeded on to another 2 hour drive to Jenolan Caves. There were several tours available but we had the Lucas Cave Tour which was the biggest cave. The Lucas Cave tour was for 1.5 hours and included in the tour fees operated by AAT Kings. We climbed about 1000 steps up and got some cardio exercise. I don't recommend this tour for kids below 12 years old or for people with knee problems. We chanced upon a rock wallaby inside the cave and a wombat sauntering outside, down the footpath. We brought our packed lunch but one can always order at the restaurant where it was warm and toasty with a fireplace running. One can taste the cave water from a drinking fountain outside the Information Centre. For those planning to go on this tour, always check the weather and bring warm clothing as it gets really cold in the mountains. For those suffering from motion sickness, there is an 8 km climb around the mountains that are winding and steep. Just a little tip to wear sea bands or take Travacalm. We finished the tour at around 3:30 p.m. and headed back to the City before 4 p.m. It was a long day but worth the visit. Tom was a superb driver and exceptional guide.
star-4
The cave is impressive. Pack a lunch so...
chasewehner
, Mar 2018
The cave is impressive. Pack a lunch so you have more time to enjoy the outdoors.
star-5
These caves are amazing and worth...
johnandsharonmacd
, Mar 2018
These caves are amazing and worth the trip by themselves. The scenery and drive there was lovely. There were a few srops on route that were very interesting....enjoy your day!
star-3
The coach driver could have been...
Srikala B
, Feb 2018
The coach driver could have been more empathetic. The pick up round was quite long. So when the last person was being picked up recent for 5 minutes of longer for visiting toilet was vehemently turned down. 3 passengers were left behind at Blue Mountains as they were not at the bus stop exactly at the announced time. Most of us had to search for the bus as we were not briefed about its parking place or the number or the driver's cell phone in case of not being able to find the bus. Despite many passengers expressing concern he chose to drive on he did later call another bus driver and instructed to pick up the three passengers. But I cannot imagine how I would have felt if I had been left behind in a place like Blue Mountains with no public transport. At Blue Mountain the driver also informed me that I was better off doing the cable trips I had bought the tickets than having a coffee as I did not have the time and he would leave exactly at 11.45 hours whether I was there or not in the bus. That is what he did leaving the other 3 passengers who probably could not find the bus. The bus emergency exit door opened suddenly almost 6 times while the bus was in motion. There was no appropriate tools on the bus. Passengers helped the driver to forcibly close the door each time. I should also add that the driver provided a lot of interesting anecdotes and information about the areas we passed by and the areas we were visiting. That was good. SB
star-3
Peter the guide was great. The...
LRMSTOY
, Jan 2018
Peter the guide was great. The caves were okay. The pictures did not represent what we actually saw. Liked that it was a small group.
star-4
Really good tour and tour bus driver...
California Tourist
, Dec 2017
Really good tour and tour bus driver coordinator was a wealth of information. However, the bus only had 1 video so it was difficult to see it for information about the Blue Mountains ahead of time if you sit at the back of the bus. Buy the ride tickets with the bus driver as the queue was terribly long so we were glad they had that option. Need more coordination on what bus to get on so a ground coordinator at the start would have been good.
star-4
I didn't realize this was a big bus...
bburgess89147
, Dec 2017
I didn't realize this was a big bus tour. A double decker bus picked up people for all the tours and went to a central location. From there, you go to the bus for your individual tour. This takes some time. Scenic World was really pretty, but expensive for the time spent there. We visited the Lucas cave, which I really enjoyed. There are 900 stairs to maneuver during the tour. Some of the areas are slippery, so be sure to use the hand rails. The stop on the way back to Sydney to feed the kangaroos was fun. Our tour guide Tony made for an enjoyable trip. My drop off point was skipped, so was the last one off the bus. It's a long day, but feel it was worth the time.

Product code: 6582P6

Explore Similar Things to Do