Booking online is essential over summer, school holidays and on public holidays as we often sell out.
Ticket options include:
Unlimited Discovery Pass includes:
Descend into the Jamison Valley on the world’s steepest train, the Scenic Railway or on the Cableway, the steepest aerial cable car in the Southern Hemisphere - you decide.
Glide past ancient sandstone cliffs and Orphan Rock on the Scenic Cableway.
Enjoy a stroll beneath ancient rainforest canopy at your own pace along the 10 minute, *30 minute and *50 Minute Scenic Walkway
Return to the main building via the Scenic Cableway or the Scenic Railway.
Take in epic valley views and of the iconic Three Sisters on the Scenic Skyway.
Enjoy these iconic attractions as many times as you like in a day!
*Please note the 30 minute and the 50-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.
Child = 3-15 years (children under 3 years are free!) Add more children at discounted Child Pass price.
Scenic World is an outdoor attraction, so please come prepared to be in the elements. Dress appropriately for the weather and wear appropriate shoes.
EXPLORE MORE PASS
Choose your own adventure with an Explore More Pass - the best value Scenic World and Explorer Bus combo ticket online. Explore Scenic World and the sites around Katoomba and Leura. The bus stops at Scenic World at 17 minutes pass the hour, every hour and there are 37 stops to explore!
Travel back in time millions of years for the must-do prehistoric adventure, Dinosaur Valley. Catch the world's steepest train into ancient forest, roam the 30-minute boardwalk and spot dinosaurs in the natural habitat, then travel back up the escarpment on the steepest aerial cable car in the Southern Hemisphere. There's double the herd since last summer - can you find all the dinosaurs? When you've finished finding all the dinosaurs, cruise on the Scenic Skyway to enjoy epic views of the Jamison Valley and the iconic Three Sisters. Read more here.
EXCLUSIVE ONLINE OFFER! Save 10% when you pre-purchase your Junior Ranger Kit online.
The Terrace Bar is the perfect spot to enjoy the sun set over the escarpment with drinks. Serving local favourites Mountain Culture beers, Hillbilly ciders and Dryridge Estate wines, the Terrace Bar stays open on Friday and Saturday after the rest of Scenic World closes. No ticket is needed to enjoy the best local brews with the best mountain views - read more here.
Go Beyond anything you've ever experienced before. Travel out on the iconic Skyway cable car into the middle of the Jamison Valley. Suspended 270 metres above the ancient rainforest canopy below, harnessed guests accompanied by our Beyond Skyway Crew, climb up through the hatch and onto the rooftop.
- Flexible dates: change the date of your visit for up to a year - Experience the changing colours of the Jamison Valley as day turns to dusk, atop the Skyway cable car - 360 degree views of the escarpment, Three Sisters, Katoomba Falls, Mount Solitary and endless expanse of the Blue Mountains - Non-alcoholic refreshments served on the rooftop and complimentary wine, beer or champagne on the journey back
Beyond Skyway is intimate and tickets are extremely limited. Each session accommodates just four guests.
After a morning exploring the valley floor and riding the Scenic Railway, Cableway and Skyway, you'll have built up a mountainous appetite. Scenic World's Terrace Café & Bar and EATS270 restaurant offer everything from hot meals and coffees to cold local beers and ice creams... with a side of the best view in the Blue Mountains.
The Terrace Cafe & Bar has the best view in the Blue Mountains and is now open extended hours Friday and Saturday nights—enjoy hometown beers, wines and cider and locally sourced grazing boards. There's no better place to watch the escarpment change colours as the sun sets.
Catering to all tastes and dietary requirements, you can visit the Terrace Café and EATS270 Restaurant without a ticket to Scenic World. Menus change seasonally, but the view goes on forever.
Fancy a spot of shopping? Our retail space is one of the largest tourism stores in the country, and has everything you need for adventure (think warm puffy jackets, sunscreen, rain gear, snacks) through to unique local wares from MNTS MADE producers, perfect as souvenirs or gifts. In fact, we sell more than 1,200 unique items.
Holidays and other popular times to visit
Like all major attractions, Scenic World have days and times of the year that are more in-demand than others. These periods are always extra fun with lots of energy and great vibes across the site. However if you're pressed for time, it might be better to plan your trip at another time as queues for rides can reach 30-60 minutes. The most popular times of the year to visit Scenic World are typically: - Easter Long Weekend - Boxing Day—New Years Day (or last public holiday before people start heading back to work) Other public holidays and weekends can also be popular, especially when the weather is great. If you're looking to visit at a time when you can avoid the crowds, try coming outside of school holidays, mid-week or when the mountains are misty.
Everyone is welcome at Scenic World - we strive to deliver a fun, inclusive experience for all. Please click through for information on accessing our facilities and experiences including the Scenic Railway, Skyway, Cableway and Walkway.
We strongly recommend contacting our Experience Planners prior to your visit to discuss individual requirements. Throughout your visit, please approach any of our friendly staff to help maximise your experience.
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.
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 multistory carpark on site. Tesla Connector charging points for electric vehicles are available to the public in our multistory carpark with 240v 10A 3 pin wall outlets (up to 22kW).
And finally, why not use a tour company and let them guide you to our front door! We work with some of the best in the business and can highly recommend these partners for any Blue Mountains touring packages:
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 [email protected]. 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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