Jenolan Caves (February 2007)

The famous and iconic Jenolan Caves, across the Blue Mountains (about two and a half scenic hours’ drive west of Sydney) has always been one of my favourite holiday spots. In February 2007, we headed out there for a weekend to celebrate Mum’s birthday, staying in the old cabins just up the hill from the village.

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Kanangra Walls in Kanangra-Boyd National Park

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Yours truly enjoying lunch.

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Jenolan Caves Cabins
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Dad chasing off the locals.

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Caves House
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Guide’s Office

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Blue Lake
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Carlotta’s Arch
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The Devil’s Coach House

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Lorikeets are VERY friendly.
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Waste not, want not, I guess!

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Cave ruins.

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Goanna

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Jenolan Caves has a huge kangaroo population.
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Our cabin.

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Nathan, me and Dad.

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Caves House from the Carlotta’s Arch trail.

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Not sure what the old man is doing here!

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Staircase coming down from the new self-guided caves.

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Atop Pulpit Rock.
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Approaching Pulpit Rock

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