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Jenolan Cabins, Jenolan Caves

Spectacular 360 degree panoramic views over the Blue Mountains National Park, Kanangra Boyd National Park and the Jenolan Caves Reserve from all cottages.

These energy efficient, earth sheltered cabins are just five minutes drive from the Jenolan Caves (on the Oberon side) and is the closest accommodation to Kanangra Walls. Comfortably furnished and well warmed in the colder months by log fires. Jenolan Cabins are an ideal retreat for all your family and friends. The cabins are built at an altitude of 1250 metres above sea level which puts them above the snow line.

This is a smoke free establishment.

Accommodation Options

Jenolan Cabins

All Cabins are two bedrooms with Queen beds
( Linen is not supplied )


Popular Activities

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