Jenolan Caves – Seniors Week Savings by VinnyMyler

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                                Media Release – March 11 2009

              Jenolan Caves – Seniors Week Savings
This Autumn, the Jenolan Caves Reserve Trust is running a special promotion, to give more
‘seniors’ the opportunity to experience the spectacular caves. During Seniors Week, March 15 to
22, Seniors Card holders can take advantage of a range of ‘2 for 1’ specials at Jenolan Caves.

If an Australian or NZ Seniors Cards holder buys a Jenolan Pass, they can have a 2nd pass free
of charge, up to the same value. (Each Pass provides a guided and a self guided tour plus up to
50% off the price of more cave tours for up to a year.) If a Seniors Card holder dines in
Chisolm’s Restaurant, their friend can dine free of charge, up to the same value. Stay overnight,
and stay a 2nd night, free! Purchase a full hot country breakfast at Chisolm’s, and your friend’s
breakfast will be free.

Even after Seniors Week, Seniors Card holders save 10% on Jenolan Passes and gift shop
purchases. In Jenolan’s ‘low season’, a special dinner, bed & breakfast package is available.

A dazzling natural phenomenon, Jenolan is one of the world’s finest cave systems, with tours of
10 spectacular show caves for all ages and fitness levels, plus a self-guided cave tour which
visitors do at their own pace. Less mobile visitors tour easier caves, such as the Imperial Cave.
With prior notice, visitors in wheelchairs can tour limited parts of the Orient and Chifley Caves.

In the last few years, many innovations have been implemented at Jenolan Caves. Tourists now
have the advantage of ingenious technology which has been incorporated into tours, highlighting
the dazzling cave features, particularly in the awe-inspiring Orient and Temple of Baal Caves.

Autumn is a glorious time of year to visit Jenolan Caves, on the edge of the Blue Mountains
World Heritage Area. But regardless of the time of year, the cave temperature is always 15 or 16
degrees – perfect for exploring the caves. Above ground, stroll along tranquil bush tracks and
marvel at the Blue Lake – maybe spot shy native wildlife such as platypus and lyrebirds.

Relax in the licensed café. On March 21, experience an underground cello concert! Enjoy dinner
with excellent wine. (Jenolan recently opened its first wine cellar inside a cave.) For overnight
stays, chose from grand suites, modern motel-style rooms or self-contained cottages.

For more information, call 1300 76 33 11 or visit www.jenolancaves.org.au .

Media can download great images from:
http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=44d52c0cd7f1496d4012e8015643d9c82d16d039f9779da8

For media information, please contact Domino Cove, Jenolan Caves, 02 6359 3983
domino.cove@jenolancaves.org.au – available Thurs, Mar 12 & Fri, Mar 13 only.

If Domino is unavailable, media can contact Carolyn Melbourne 02 6359 3984,
carolyn.melbourne@jenolancaves.org.au – available Fri, Mar 13 only.

								
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