The Jenolan Caves are a three-hour drive from Sydney and Canberra. These caves are one of the main tourist attractions in greater NSW. For years, they have attracted visitors from around the globe. The unique limestone formation resulted from underground river systems. Water moved through cracks and crevices creating intricate designs. Visitors can access a small portion of the cave as the extensive cave system may only be entered by experienced cavers. Experiences spelunkers explored many of the vast caverns for decades.
Jenolan Caves is heritage listed because of its historical, aesthetic and rare values. A number of rare and uncommon plants call this area home. They grow constantly in its cool interior and sprout out of deep cracks. Tourists flock to the caverns to see the unique flora and fauna.
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