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    Just stayed in The Gatehouse (previously female staff quarters), very basic and reasonably clean but then it was only $120 for 4 of us (dbl + bunk). Weather very cold, -3c but Gatehouse was cosy! Share kitchen was great and clean. Xmas in July dinner in main house was tasty but a bit expensive, the Santa Grotto was great for 10yrs and under.Lucas 4star and Imperial 3star were well worth seeing along with the self guided Nettle Cave. Lovely walk along the creek past the Blue Lake + lots of other walks that we would have liked to do but had to leave. Loved Jenolan Caves and didn’t mind the cold at all. Woman in the gift shop is useless and unhelpful.

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    Nice place, the caves are definitely interesting and worth a visit. Not good is the bistro, the food is not good. And the toilets next to the ticket office are disgusting. Broken doors, no soap, broken hand dryer etc. Cannot understand that it is not possible to keep toilets clean and in good order, when tickets are so expensive!

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    Done few different tours of the caves. Price is good and very recommended. Few hours west of Sydney. Tours are guided and very safe. Really very good.

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    Fantastic cave tours! We did the 1:30 River tour and the 4:30 Chifley tour, leaving an hour in between to recharge at the cafe. Guides were friendly and knowledgeable. Caves were well developed and easy to navigate. Do note that the River tour takes you up and down a couple of steep ladders – consider yourself warned. :)A fun, informative and interesting adventure!

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    Great enjoyable drive from Sydney along some very windy roads. We booked the Orient Tour and then the River tour. The Orient was nothing to write home about, you didn’t get your money’s worth – you didn’t see anything very exciting and it was super touristy. A particular drawback is that people of all fitness and ages go on this one so whilst advertised as a 90 minute tour it would take a fit person 15-20 minutes – most of the time is waiting for less fit people to catch up. However, on the other hand the River cave was amazing. Marked as strenuous as there are 2000 steps and 3 ladders and therefore helpfully self-excludes a load of people. You really get your money’s worth as you use up the full time, constantly moving and seeing so much of the underground world that is Jenolan caves. We were even lucky enough to see a baby rock wallaby inside. Outside the caves the food is mediocre and overpriced and the self-guided tour is a complete waste of time (but it is free). Driving into the place is really cool and you can stay there overnight. We would consider going back to do an adventure cave.