Jenolan Cave in the suburbs of Sydney is a very large-scale cave. It is also the world's first open stalactite cave. The stalactites inside are strange and strange, showing all kinds of fantasy appearances. There are also underground water pools here. The water is turquoise and deep blue, like a sapphire inlaid in the hole, very beautiful.
DescriptionThe Jenolan Caves are limestone caves located within the Jenolan Karst Conservation Reserve in the Central Tablelands region, west of the Blue Mountains, in Jenolan, Oberan Council, New South Wales, in eastern Australia
Jenolan Cave in the outer suburbs of Sydney is the world's earliest open stalactite cave, and there is a deep blue cave in the cave that is as beautiful as a sapphire. The stalactites in the cave are strange and varied. This cave is warm in winter and cool in summer. It is very comfortable and it is worth visiting.
Participating in the local day tour, including the Blue Mountains and this Jenolan stalactite cave, about an hour’s drive from the blue, it’s quite far, and after seeing it, I feel quite shocked. The natural painter is called Masterpiece. It is a pity that I am not good at English. Although I was with a Chinese tour guide, I went to the cave after buying a ticket and sent an English guide to introduce the history and origin of the cave. What impressed me the most was the design of a dragon head. I posted a picture.
Jenolan Cave is a large natural cave in the Blue Mountains Scenic Area in Sydney. The entrance is very small, but after entering, it is a unique cave. It is also the world's earliest open stalactite cave. The stalactites inside are really strange and very strange. It’s amazing and amazing.