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Concerts in the Jenolan Caves Sydney
Oct 31st 2010 till early 2011
The Jenolan Caves are one of the natural wonders of New South Wales, these natural wonders have been formed over thousands of years and were known to the local Aboriginals as “Binoomea” meaning "Dark places".
Today Jenolan Caves are one of the most popular tourist destinations in NSW, with over 250,000 people visiting each year, taking in the wonders of the 11 show caves, and an ever increasing number of people visiting to enjoy the increasingly popular sport of adventure caving.
If you are heading “down under” in the coming months and Sydney is on your to-do list mix a little classical culture with a day trip that is surely to be worth your while, from now until the end of February there will be an array of musical spectaculars, summer song times, jazz and classical shows to enjoy within the amazingly natural acoustics of the caves.
This is a once in a lifetime experience and a must do for music and nature lovers alike.
The caves are about 2 hours out of Sydney and can be accessed by car, coach and train; there is also plenty of accommodation near by if you want to make a weekend of it.