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SKYWAY TO EAST STATION

Capture views of Jamison Valley, Katoomba Falls, Three Sisters & rainforest canopy.

SKYWAY EAST STATION TO ECHO POINT

10-15 minute walk with a variety of lookouts. On cool mornings, capture the Valley blanketed in fog and mist. In late afternoon, capture the Three Sisters bathed in golden sunlight.

ECHO POINT TO FIRST OF THE THREE SISTERS

Take in views of the Jamison Valley from another perspective.

RETURN WALK TO SKYWAY EAST STATION

SKYWAY TO MAIN BUILDING

Take a coffee and bathroom break at the Terrace Café – take in view from Mary’s Lookout. Named after Mary Hammon, wife of Scenic World founder Harry Hammon, it boasts spectacular views of the Three Sisters. Grab a bottle of water and snacks for the Walkway.

RAILWAY DOWN TO WALKWAY

Take the Scenic Railway into the Valley & meander along 2.4 kilometres of elevated boardwalk through ancient rainforest. Capture sunbeams and dappled light breaking through the rainforest canopy. Stop at the Rainforest Room for a rest and take the Lillipilli Link.

WALKWAY TO CABLEWAY BOTTOM STATION

Rise over the rainforest canopy up the cliff face, with views of the Three Sisters, Orphan Rock.

MAIN BUILDING LUNCH BREAK

Visit EATS270 for lunch sitting 270 metres above the Jamison Valley and looking straight across to the Three Sisters.

MAIN BUILDING TO FURBER STAIRS

From the forecourt of the Main Building, follow the Walks & Trails signage to the Furber Stairs. After approximately 15 minutes walking, stop at the Katoomba Falls lookout for a close up perspective of Katoomba Falls.

FURBER STAIRS TO RAILWAY

Continue down all 996 steps of the Furber Stairs and return to Scenic World on the Scenic Railway.

Important Note: Drone Use Prohibited

The recreational use of drones – including launching, landing or operating – is strictly prohibited within Scenic World’s airspace. Drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) dangerously interfere with critical aerial cabling, significantly impacting on Scenic World operations. Drones intrude on visitor privacy and also potentially disturb wildlife.

Drone use by licensed pilots for commercial or media purposes must receive prior written approval via media@scenicworld.com.au. Scenic World is adjacent to the Blue Mountains National Park. Drone use within this space must comply with civil aviation laws and the National Parks & Wildlife Service Drones in Parks Policy.

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