Jenolan Caves Blue Lake River Walk, Blue Mountains
Magic, mystery, history and beauty this enchanting walk in one of Australia's most magical and iconic settings has it all. But beware the bunyips, water nymphs and ghosts and don't stay after dark.
Blue Mountains travel
Explore Blue Mountains holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | With stunning natural beauty, the World Heritage region of the Blue Mountains is an Australian highlight. The slate-coloured haze that gives the mountains their name comes from a fine mist of oil exuded by the huge eucalypts that form a dense canopy across the landscape of deep, often inaccessible valleys and chiselled sandstone outcrops.
Devil's Coach House, Jenolan Caves
Jenolan Caves are caves in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia; 175 kilometres west of Sydney. Scientists determined the age of the clay in the caves to be approximately 340 million years old, thereby making the cave complex the world's oldest known and dated open cave system. (Wikipedia) 3xp HDR Facebook | Twitter | Google+ | Instagram