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"These spectacular caves to the west of Sydney are one of the most popular tourist destinations in country NSW and well worth the stop over. If you haven't been, come and learn about what you may see."
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Jenolan Caves are situated west of Sydney, over the Blue Mountains. It is protected as part of a nature reserve. What is the name of this reserve?
Sydney National Park
Kakadu World Heritage Area
Wollumbin World Heritage Park
Blue Mountains World Heritage Area
Jenolan Caves boast a traditional Edwardian guesthouse, complete with communal bathrooms (when it was built most homes had outside toilets). What is the name of this guesthouse which includes a beautiful period dining room with modern food?
The Hydro Majestic
In 2006, Jenolan Caves Trust reopened a cave after it had been closed to the public for 74 years. What is the name of this cave tour?
Nettles Cave/Devil's Coach House
Very Dark Cave
There is a man-made lake at Jenolan Caves call the Blue Lake. Why was the lake made?
As water storage for drinking
It would make a picturesque addition
To enable the production of hydroelectricity
To create a good swimming spot for tourists in summer
The caves at Jenolan have been made by subterranean rivers eroding through layers of rock. What type of rock is it?
One of the show caves predominantly features a river known as "The River Styx". What is the name of this cave?
There is a popular hiking trail that runs from Jenolan Caves to Katoomba. What is the name of this trail?
The Great North Walk
The Sixfoot Track
The Appalachian Trail
The Raven Track
At Jenolan Caves you may only tour the caves on the well lit paths.
You are allowed to take home samples of the rock from inside the caves.
What was the name of the Aboriginal tribe located around the Jenolan Caves area?
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