Book Now - Dine And Discover Combo: Temple of Baal and Imperial

Pay full price to tour one spectacular cave, and redeem your free Dine & DISCOVER voucher to tour a 2nd cave, at no extra cost.

The beautiful Imperial cave features include 'The Sinkhole', 'Ridleys Shortcut' (with a story on how it got its name), 'Lot's Wife', the 'Alabaster Column' and the dramatic' Crystal Cities' which looks like an ancient fortress. And as its name suggests, the 'Shawl Cave' is filled with delightful cave shawls. Although there are still stairs, the Imperial cave is our least strenuous tour. NEW ADDITION: Diamond branch - the delicate passage is lined with pure white crystal formations, tinted with every shade of pink. The tour culminates at the ‘Gem of the West’, an astonishing crystal formation of helictites, stalactites, stalagmites, shawls and wave crystal.

Everyone agrees that the awe-inspiring Temple of Baal cave has a strangely evocative and contemplative feel, for reasons unknown. Enter via the Binoomea cut. Descend the winding staircase along the ‘Dragon’s Throat’. There are 2 massive chambers, one 42 metres high and filled with beautiful formations. One of these formations, the 9 metre tall ‘Angel's Wing’ shawl, is one of the largest cave shawls in the world. The cave also offers beautiful examples of crystal helictites.

Remember to leave at least 1 hour between your two tours.

BOOKING RIGHT NOW? Don't select both cave tour times on this page. Instead, select one cave tour time, and click BOOK NOW. This will take you to the Shopping Cart, where you select the time of your other cave tour. When you choose tour times, remember to leave at least 1 hour between your two tours.

Once you have pre-booked your experience, you will be provided information about your timeslot to ensure you only arrive and leave within this time. When you arrive onsite, we will also remind you of your departure time.

When you arrive at Jenolan, present your Dine & DISCOVER voucher for scanning.

Average Duration: 1 Hour Temple of Baal, 1 Hour Imperial

About Jenolan Caves

People of all ages love Jenolan. Jenolan Caves are Australia's largest, most famous and most spectacular caves and the oldest caves in the world, with bushwalks, wildlife, a range of accommodation, cafe and magnificent restaurant right on site.

We also host school excursions, unique weddings, conferences and team building. Book accommodation online at

4655 Jenolan Caves Road,
Jenolan Caves, NSW 2790