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Adventure Is Out There: Things To Do At Scenic World Blue Mountains Australia

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There’s more to New South Wales (NSW) than Sydney’s iconic spots like the Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, and its bustling beaches. If you’re a nature lover, you’ll be glad to know that a mere 2-hour trip from the city will take you to a natural haven that is not to be missed.

Scenic World, nestled in the lush UNESCO World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains, offers breathtaking vistas of NSW’s green and geological landscape. Marvel at verdant canopies, majestic rock formations, and more! 

Ready for a little adventure? Here are awesome things you can do to make the best out of your visit to Scenic World:

 

Take the Scenic Walkway

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If you enjoy walking, the Scenic Walkway is a great place to start your journey in the Blue Mountains. An elevated wooden path with metal dancing, it goes around the dense Jurassic forest for 2.4km. You can take a break at the trail’s sitting areas or lookout spots if you ever feel the need to catch your breath.

 

 

Ride the Scenic Skyway

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Cross two cliffs as a cabin transports you from one end to another through a 720-meter (around 0.7km) distance. Scared of heights? Don’t worry. This popular attraction in Scenic World is absolutely safe and engineered that way, so you can enjoy 360-degree views of the Blue Mountain’s best gems, including the Three Sisters rock formation and the Jamison Valley. 

 

 

Glide across a lush canopy on the Scenic Cableway

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If you can’t get enough of the Scenic Skyway, the Scenic Cableway brings you a similar experience, but with more views from a different perspective. Ride a car and go on a 545-meter (0.5km) journey descending into the Jamison Valley. Keep your eyes peeled to see the beauty of the Three Sisters, Mount Solitary, Katoomba Falls, and Orphan Rock. 

 

 

Board the Scenic Railway train

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For a rush of adrenaline, board the Scenic Railway Train. Known as the world’s steepest passenger railway, it makes its 310-meter (0.3km) descent with a 52-degree incline through a cliff channel before dipping into the thick rainforest. Choose among the three rides available—the Original, the Cliff-Hanger, or the Laid-Back—for a one-of-a-kind train ride you won’t soon forget.

 

Go on your Scenic World adventure now! Book your discounted tickets here!

 

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