By Jenolan Caves
The Grand Arch at Jenolan Caves will again be the majestic setting for the annual Carols in the Caves on December 14.
Visitors will enjoy a day of market stalls, buskers, raffles and two spectacular Christmas carols concerts (2pm and 8pm) when Christmas and the spirit of giving is celebrated at Jenolan Caves.
Join in singing traditional Christmas carols with a range of fantastic singers, who will perform on stage and scale to great heights to sing on rocky ledges among the stalagmites and stalactites. Santa Claus and Bandaged Bear will be there too.
This dramatic setting will provide an unforgettable experience for all ages and supports a worthy cause – research into childhood cancer at the Children’s Hospital at Westmead, one of the largest childhood cancer centres in Australia. Funds raised by Carols in the Caves will support The Tumour Bank.
The emcee, performers, stage crew and all personnel traditionally donate their time and expertise to this annual event.