While waiting for the cave tour to start, we walked around the Grand Arch at Jenolan Caves to take photos.
This place is one of the largest rock structure that we have visited so far.
Imperial Cave is one of the easier cave tour around this area. As the path is mostly level, with short sets of stairs, it is the best cave for the less mobile or elderly visitors.
Let's take a look at all the amazing rock structures, stalactites and stalagmites in this cave,
Jerlene and Javier were having fun in the cave.
The Imperial Cave follows an ancient river passage. This tour includes a visit to the northern 'Jenolan Underground River', via a 66 step spiral staircase. This part of the tour is optional for the less mobile visitors. Though the river looked shallow, it was actually more than 1.5m deep. This is the first time that we came so close to an underground river.
I was quite surprised to see Jerlene hugging Javier at one point. Were they feeling cold?
This tour lasted an hour and we were back at the cave entrance.
There was a cafe nearby where we had our lunch.
While walking back to our car at the carpark, we passed by a small Historical Museum.