The Blue Mountains tourism community has announced that it will be donating $19,500 to local Rural Fire Service Brigades after uniting to hold a fundraising campaign just before Christmas.
Blue Mountains Tourism (BMT), together with the New South Wales Rural Fire Service and New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Services are encouraging tourists to return to the villages and towns of the Blue Mountains.
Scenic World is inviting visitors from near and far to celebrate Lunar New Year in the Blue Mountains this January and February, with a range of exciting activities on the agenda to usher in the Year of the Rat.
The Blue Mountains tourism industry is uniting to say ‘Thank You’ to local Rural Fire Service Brigades, by donating funds from visitor purchases on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 December. This small gesture of appreciation is for brigades fighting fires in the Blue Mountains region since November.
Scenic World’s Cableway was the platform for NSW Ambulance Critical Care Paramedic (CCP) training this morning, Wednesday 30 October, with CCP trainees abseiling almost 100 metres into the Jamison Valley.
A showcase of talented Blue Mountains artisans will feature at the Makers Market – Long Weekend Edition 2019 on Sunday 6 October.
Immerse the kids in nature these school holidays with Take Flight and Native Animal Encounters.
Tom O’Halloran is a quiet achiever, but the talented 27-year-old athlete has big plans for the future as the competition heats up to secure a place on the Australian Olympic climbing team.
Scenic World’s annual art exhibition, Sculpture at Scenic World, has cemented its position as Australia’s premier regional outdoor art exhibition, attracting record visitor numbers to the Blue Mountains in a welcome boost for the NSW visitor economy.
Sculpture at Scenic World is now open in the Blue Mountains, providing the perfect excuse to disconnect from the devices and reconnect with art and nature these school holidays.
Scenic World’s inaugural Dinosaur Valley event was a roaring success with visitors from near and far this summer, delivering a welcome boost to the Blue Mountains economy with increased visitation and overnight stays.
Scenic World is inviting visitors from near and far to celebrate Lunar New Year in the Blue Mountains this February, with a range of exciting activities on the agenda to usher in the Year of the Pig.
Dinosaurs? Check. Adventure? Check. Ancient rainforest? Check. Dinosaur Valley ticks all the right boxes for the ultimate adventure these school holidays, with world class rides, daily events and free kids’ activities that will leave a lasting impact this summer.
Dinosaur Valley has arrived at Scenic World, bringing the ancient rainforest to life with prehistoric dinosaurs, daily events and family fun from November 1 – January 28.
Scenic World will open the doors to the new Scenic Cableway tomorrow following a four million dollar upgrade as the third generation family owned business continues to evolve in line with the changing needs of its guests.
Scenic World is continuing to evolve its world class visitor experience with a four million dollar upgrade of the Scenic Cableway, in a move that will improve the visitor experience of the most visited privately owned tourism attraction in Australia.
Scenic World’s iconic annual art exhibition, Sculpture at Scenic World, has earned a solid position on the regional tourism calendar, with the 2018 exhibition attracting record visitor numbers in a welcome boost for the NSW visitor economy.
Blue Mountains duo, Mark and Hannah Surtees, have taken home the Sculpture at Scenic World 2018 Major Award, rising above fierce competition to win the coveted $20,000 cash prize.
Sculpture at Scenic World is just around the corner, providing the perfect excuse for families to put down the devices and reconnect with each other these school holidays.