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Review: Jenolan Caves tour from Sydney includes Scenic World in one great day out

A visit to the New South Wales capital wouldn't be complete without seeing the fabulous Blue Mountains. The good news is that you can tick off two key attractions in one spectacular day out on this Jenolan Caves and Scenic World tour from Sydney. Review: Adam Ford
Jenolan Caves tour from Sydney
Jenolan Caves tour from Sydney. Image courtesy of Jenolan Caves
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Jenolan Caves Tour from Sydney (including Scenic World Rides) with FJ Tours

This Jenolan Caves tour from Sydney offers an amazing day of discovery in the Blue Mountains. Jenolan Caves is Australia’s largest limestone cave system. Enjoy a guided cave inspection, before heading to Scenic World in Katoomba to ride the Scenic Railway, Cableway and Skyway. Your rides are included in the tour price. Duration: 12 hours (approx.)

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There’s so much to see and do in the beautiful Blue Mountains, and two of the highlights are Jenolan Caves and Scenic World.

FJ Tours’ amazing Jenolan Caves tour from Sydney runs three times a week, and includes not only the opportunity to experience the ancient subterranean majesty of Jenolan Caves, but also the chance to visit Scenic World in Katoomba — home to the thrilling Scenic Railway, Cableway and Skyway. A stop at Echo Point to see the iconic Three Sisters rock formation is also included in the itinerary.

Watch our video of this experience:

Explore Jenolan Caves and Scenic World in the Blue Mountains – Tour the World TV

Looking for ideas on Jenolan Caves tours from Sydney? In this segment from the Tour the World travel TV series, we join a fabulous day tour from Sydney to the gorgeous Blue Mountains with FJ Tours, taking in two key attractions – Jenolan Caves and Scenic World!

At Jenolan Caves, you’ll enjoy a fully guided tour of the magnificent Lucas Cave with a cave expert. The largest chamber is known as The Cathedral and is renowned for having perfect acoustics. It’s often used for concerts and other musical events. Think of it as the oldest performance venue in the world!

Caves House at Jenolan Caves is a great spot to get a bite to eat following the cave tour. The guesthouse was built in the late 1800s and despite many renovations, it has retained most of its period features.

Next, you’ll head for Scenic World in the historic mountain township of Katoomba where you’ll have the opportunity to ride the world-famous Scenic Railway, Cableway and Skyway. All three rides are included in the cost of your tour. The historic Scenic Railway is the steepest passenger rail service in the world, while the Scenic Skyway travels 270 metres above the valley floor!

Jenolan Caves tour from Sydney
Jenolan Caves tour from Sydney: Ride the Scenic Skyway at Scenic World.

In the afternoon, you’ll board a river ferry at Homebush Bay Wharf and enjoy a relaxing cruise along the Parramatta River all the way back to the CBD. It’s a wonderful way to wrap up this great day out.

This awesome Jenolan Caves tour from Sydney operates on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and includes pick-up from selected CBD hotels. It’s a must-do for visitors to Sydney that are short on time and want to see as much of the spectacular Blue Mountains as possible.

Adam travelled as a guest of FJ Tours

Cover image courtesy of Destination NSW. Additional images: Bigstock

This segment of Tour the World was co-produced by Peppercorn Productions, publisher of The Big Bus tour and travel guide.

Adam Ford

About the writer

Adam Ford is editor of The Big Bus tour and travel guide and a travel TV presenter, writer, blogger and photographer. He has travelled extensively through Australia, Europe, Asia, North America, parts of South America, Africa and the Middle East. Adam worked as a travel consultant for a number of years with Flight Centre before taking up the opportunity to travel the world himself as host of the Tour the World travel TV series on Network Ten. He loves to experience everything a new destination has to offer and is equally at home in a five-star Palazzo in Pisa or a home-stay in Hoi An.


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