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Plan Your Visit

We're thrilled to welcome you to Scenic World. To help stop the spread of coronavirus, we’ve made some changes. Due to physical distancing, it's very important to plan your visit.

YOUR EXPERIENCE

We are a Covidsafe experience. Due to social distancing, capacity is limited across the venue, we strongly advise booking online prior to arrival.

Scenic Pass includes;

  • Descend into the Jamison Valley on the world’s steepest train Scenic Railway or glide on the Cableway past Orphan Rock and the iconic Three Sisters; you decide
  • Enjoy a stroll beneath ancient rainforest canopy at your own pace along the 10 minute or *30 minute Scenic Walkway
  • Return to the main building via the Cableway or the Scenic Railway, the world’s steepest train
  • Glide past ancient sandstone cliffs, epic valley views and spectacular Katoomba Falls on a return trip on the Scenic Skyway

*Please note the 30 minute boardwalk closes approximately 1 hour before closing time. We advise arriving promptly at the beginning of your session if you purchase the last session of the day and wish to access the longer boardwalk. 

 Sculpture at Scenic World  April 1 – May 2  includes ;

  •  Marvel at the iconic Three Sisters as you descend into the Jamison Valley on the Scenic Railway or Cableway; you decide
  • Discover dozens of world class artworks as you stroll beneath ancient rainforest canopy at your own pace long the Scenic Walkway
  • Rise out of the valley via the Cableway or the Scenic Railway, the world’s steepest train
  • Glide past ancient sandstone cliffs, epic valley views and spectacular Katoomba Falls  on a return trip on the Scenic Skyway
  • Free Kids Trail Guides are available to keep the little ones entertained
  • Entry to Blue Mountains Cultural Centre to enjoy Sculpture Otherwise

Child = 4-13 years (children under 4 years are free!)Add more children at discounted Child Pass price.

Please note Sculpture at Scenic World is not wheelchair accessible and will provide challenges for those with accessibility needs. The Scenic Railway is unable to accommodate mobility devices, or prams.

BROWSE AVAILABLE SESSIONS

YOUR WELLBEING

Safety and wellbeing of our guests and staff remains Scenic World’s constant priority. To help stop the spread of coronavirus, we have worked with health and safety experts to implement enhanced cleaning and safe hygiene processes that meet all requirements.

We have increased the number and frequency of our already thorough cleaning procedures. High touch points are sanitised with disinfectant, including ride cabins every hour.

Whilst masks are no longer mandatory on our rides, we strongly advise the use of a mask during peak seasons such as Easter and school holidays.

Throughout your visit, we ask you to please observe physical distancing, cover your cough and practice safe hand hygiene at the many hand sanitiser stations across site.

We’re sure the peace of mind provided by our enhanced measures allows you to focus on fun!

HOW TO BOOK

Due to physical distancing, capacity is limited across the venue – booking ahead online is strongly advised, including for our valued Annual Pass Members.

Passes are available ONLINE with timed-ticket entry for all guests. During your visit, please note Scenic World is cashless, with contactless pay wherever possible.

Please note your experience starts sharply at the time of your booking, to allow for check in.

CHOOSE YOUR PREFERRED SESSION

COVID-19 CONDITION OF ENTRY

For more detail on our current COVIDSafe operations and procedures, click here.

If you have been asked to self-isolate, have any cold or flu-like symptoms, or if you have been overseas in the past 14 days, please do not visit Scenic World.

To be COVIDSafe, upon your arrival you will be required to check in via QR code and asked questions as a condition of entry such as have you visited any of the locations/venues flagged by NSW Health here?

Additional questions may be asked depending on the current Covid-19 situation.

These necessary safeguards help protect you and our team – we’re sure experiencing the beautiful Blue Mountains outweighs any inconvenience. Please contact our Experience Planners if you need to change your booking date due to the above conditions.

Getting Here

Scenic World is located in the Blue Mountains, a World Heritage region west of Sydney, Australia. We operate extended hours during selected days in the Summer holidays, visit our Tickets page for more information.

CAR

Scenic World is less than two hours’ travel time (~100km) by car via the M4 & Great Western Highway. Free undercover parking is available in our multi storey carpark on site. Tesla Connector charging points for electric vehicles are available to the public in our multi storey carpark with 240v 10A 3 pin wall outlets (up to 22kW).

TAXI

Katoomba Taxi Service or 13CABS service the upper Blue Mountains.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Sydney Trains operate between Central Station and Katoomba Station on the Blue Mountains Line. Scenic World is located 3km from Katoomba Station, accessible via the Blue Mountains Explorer Bus or the public bus Route 686 which both stop outside our Main Entry.

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.