Book Now - Temple of Baal Cave

Dramatic & Evocative! This ancient cave is renowned for its ethereal yet spectacular features. Marvel at the astonishing crystal formations in this citadel of reflection and peace. The Temple of Baal experience consists of two huge and awe-inspiring caverns. This cave has fossils, helictites, discovery stories, and the ominous names of its breath-taking formations.

Your journey starts when you enter a long man-made shaft, the Binoomea Cut. Descend deep into the mountain, via the ‘Dragon’s Throat’. As though entering the open mouth of an enormous dragon, follow the red flowstone all the way down to ‘Moloch’s Grotto’. See the ‘Gem of the South’, the wall of helictites and perfect cave pearls.

Experience the second enormous chamber from 5 different vantage points – seeing something new at each stop, such as the ‘Red Altar’, the ‘White Altar’, ‘Gabriel’s Wing’, the ‘Golden Fleece’, the ‘Sword of St Michael’, the ‘Frozen Waterfall’ and, of course, ‘Baal’. See Jenolan’s longest crystal shawl, the delicate, white ‘Angel’s Wing’. Visitors come away awestruck by the strange beauty and serenity of this cave.

While you are booking this cave tour, you can also take the opportunity to book high tea, Chisolm’s lunch, dinner and even accommodation, for a getaway to remember.

Average Duration: 1.0



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, accommodation, cafe and magnificent restaurant right on site.
We also host school excursions, unique weddings, conferences and team building.

4655 Jenolan Caves Road,
Jenolan Caves, NSW 2790

Dress Code

This is an all weather activity.
Wear comfortable, non-slip walking shoes. High-heels and 'flip-flops' are unsuitable.
Do not overdress. It is 15 degrees Celcius in the cave, all year.

Other Information

Use the public toilets, before joining your cave tour, as there are no toilets inside any of our caves.
Do not bring camera tripods, monopods, selfie sticks.
Listen carefully to your tour guide, and obey all instructions.
Stay with your tour group.
Do not touch any rock or crystal.
Do not smoke, eat or drink. You may take water with you.
Do not spit or litter.
We recommend you turn off your camera flash.

Length: 365 metres
Fitness level: average
Minimum age: 6 years (but we recommend 10 years)
Stair steps: 288

If you are driving from a Sydney direction, the route has changed. Leave plenty of time to travel to Jenolan Caves, and always check www.livetraffic.com before you travel. You must arrive at least 45 minutes before the start of your first booked activity.