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28 Mar 2019

Nature Lover

Pristine rainforest, charging waterfalls and golden escarpments are just some of the landscapes you will encounter.

SKYWAY TO EAST STATION

Arrive early when it’s just you and Mother Nature – depending on conditions, you’ll see Jamison Valley blanketed in white whisk of fog, or you may be lucky enough to capture the ‘upside down falls’ that occur when high winds travel up the cliff face takes water from Katoomba Falls with it!

SKYWAY EAST STATION TO KATOOMBA FALLS

Take the Prince Henry Cliff Walk and watch Katoomba Falls cascading below. Take in views of the Ruin Castle, Jamison Valley and the edge of the Megalong Valley.

SKYWAY EAST STATION TO MAIN BUILDING

Return by Skyway & have a quick bite at the Terrace Café. Pick up bottled water before heading into the Jamison Valley on the Scenic Railway.

RAILWAY DOWN TO WALKWAY

From the base of the cliff, look up at the Three Sisters towering above and ancient rainforest canopy at eye level – you may even be able to see Wentworth Falls to the east.

WALKWAY

Take the 50 minute stroll along the Scenic Walkway through Jurassic rainforest (it’s a lot quicker if you’re a practiced walker!). Keep an ear and eye out for lyre birds running around.

WALKWAY STORM SHELTER LUNCH

Stop at the first storm shelter just off the main boardwalk. Enjoy the seclusion with just the sounds of wildlife and a hidden small creek running underneath you.

WALKWAY STORM SHELTER TO RAINFOREST ROOM

Continue on to our Rainforest Room which plays host to many Scenic World weddings with its stunning rainforest backdrop.

WALKWAY TO CABLEWAY BOTTOM STATION

Follow the signs to the Scenic Cableway, which lifts you over the tree canopy and up the cliff side for the best views of Orphan Rock. Keep an eye out for the handrails and steps up the rock as it was open to the public in the 1970s. The gaping hole is an amazing example of natural erosion, allowing you to see right. As you continue up, take in the great character of the cliff side, worn away over billions of years – and don’t miss the tiny stream cascading from the top!

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