Emu Cave

The Emu Cave is a deep cave located on the northern side of Bell's Line of Road between Mt Charles and Mt Bell.

The western wall was elaborately engraved with emu foot prints by the Aboriginal people who once lived in the area.

There are grinding grooves on the rocks above the cave, on the Camels Hump on Mt Banks and a hand stencil on Mt Bell.

The Emu Cave is also known as the Cave Hotel and was used by Europeans from some time around the early 1870's.

Mt Wilson 8930-1N

Cave Hotel

Rock Engraving

Blue Mountains National Park (NSW)

Bell Range



Last Updated: 04-01-2019