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Rhythm Underground was Amazing!

Several hundred frenetic fans filled the spectacular Grand Arch, for the Rhythm Hunters concert, with special guests Nicky Bomba and Si Mullumby. Fans got a tantalising taste of their brand new album 'It's Always the Same... 'Til It's Different!'

Saturday night's concert was the Rhythm Hunter's 8th in the Grand Arch.  It was a huge dance party, and it was pretty obvious that everyone had a fantastic time.  We hope they will perform again next November.  

NEW - Spring & Summer Menu in
Chisolm's Restaurant - upstairs in Caves House

On your next visit to Jenolan, remember to book dinner, upstairs in Caves House.  The new menu is the best yet!   Try the 'pot roast chicken breast with tomato, olives and Tunisian couscous' (above) - taste-bud tingling and very satisfying.  For dessert, the 'chocolate and coffee opera torte, with strawberries' (below) melts in the mouth.

We offer something for everyone, with more vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options than ever before. Also, we believe we have perfected the price range. Mains now start at a low $16 (for 'smoked salmon, feta, cured tomato omelet, Turkish bread and greens') to $39 (for 'char-grilled Oberon Black Angus tenderloin, french fries, arugulas and Bearnaise sauce'). 

Chisolm’s is ideal for romantic couples, large groups and family get-togethers. It is open every evening.  Bookings are essential, on 02 6359 3900.

NEW - High Tea in Historic Surroundings - Delightful!
Jenolan Caves House is now serving delicious High Tea on weekends.  Relax and feel pampered, enjoying High Tea in the elegant Guest Lounge of this historic, iconic hotel.

Jenolan’s creative chef has devised a decadent High Tea menu.  For only $44 (or $56 with a glass of sparkling wine), there are 3 tiers of dainties - sweet treats, scones with jam and cream, trimmed sandwiches, savouries, and tea or coffee. For $30 each, you can introduce your children to the sweet delights of High Tea.

After experiencing the spectacular caves, High Tea is the perfect way to re-energise with friends or family.

Go online to book or purchase a gift voucher, or phone 02 6359 3900. Please book your high tea at least 2 hour ahead.

Book Soon for Christmas Buffet Lunch in
Chisolm's Restaurant - upstairs in Caves House

The most stress-free way to enjoy Christmas is to go out for a festive Christmas lunch.  Caves House will be bright with Christmas cheer and as always, a beautiful Christmas Lunch will be served upstairs in Chisolm's Restaurant. 

This year, it will be a tempting buffet, so you can go back for seconds.  All the traditional Christmas delicacies will be there, such as 'Roast turkey with sage and almond dressing, chipolatas and cranberry sauce' and 'Traditional plum pudding with brandy custard'

Plus there will be a mouth-watering selection of festive choices such as 'Fruit de mer of oysters, tiger prawns, marinated octopus and smoked salmon' and 'Steamed line–farmed Tasmanian mussels ‘Gare de Lyon’'  See the full menu.

Jenolan is open every day of the year, including Christmas Day. Cave tours will run all day too, and our Caves Cafe will be open for snacks, drinks and light lunch, as usual. 

Mission Impossible!

TV show, Sunday Night True Stories, recently aired an excellent documentary, produced by Stephen Rice, about the Tham Luang cave rescue in June 2018. Adelaide anesthetist, Dr Richard Harris and his diving mate Dr Craig Challen were jointly awarded 2019 Australian of the Year for the crucial role they played in the rescue. 

The amazing rescue was worldwide news, so most of the footage in the documentary was filmed during the actual drama.  But not all of it.  The documentary is so expertly done, that we bet you can't tell which underwater reenactments were actually filmed in the Cave of Cerberus at Jenolan.  The documentary goes for 38 minutes, but it is well worth watching - an amazing and inspiring story.


Jenolan's Weirdest Cave - the Jersey

If visitors are fortunate enough to have the opportunity to explore the Jersey Cave, they are always mystified.  It's not just the bizarre experience.  It's the unanswered questions. Tasmanian Tigers?  Earl of Jersey?

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