Jenolan Caves is a popular tourist attraction in the Blue Mountains wilderness. The limestone caves have attracted people in droves since their first discovery by white man in the 1830s despite being in a quite inaccessible spot. Even today the road is steep, winding and narrow.
The road comes to a dramatic end running through the Grand Archway and coming out the other side to the iconic Caves House (with a special place in the memory of many honeymooners), cafe and ticket office for tours to a wide selection of caves.
Not a town as such, it is a busy spot especially in weekends. A pleasant place to spend the weekend, though Caves House goes through times of being comfortable and vibrant to being plain run down. The caves are fun and there are lovely walks by the lake and in the surrounding area.