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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We visited the park as part of the bus tour with Gray Line Sydney. The park offers 3 “rides”: cablecar, railway and skyway. All are pretty cool. We also did a walk through the bush forest which was very educational. There are signs posted explaining various bishes/trees, how they grow etc. The views are breathtaking. The gift shops at the park in my opinion had slightly better prices then Featherdale Wildlife Park (which was our first stop on this bus tour). You can get a small discount for some drinks with the tour company. I highly recommend to visit the park if you are in Sydney.
We visited the park with kids ages 6 and 8, the park was very interesting to them, despite a lot of walking
There is a historical coal mine in the bush forest as well.

Date of experience: November 2019
1  Thank jktrock
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Excellent day even in the rain! Not busy due to weather. Staff helpful. Steep railway amazing. View stunning.

Date of experience: January 2020
Thank Q3892KRjane
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Wow his was awesome to have this on our door step is amazing. Been to both the Grand Canyon and this now and they are both at the same level. More to do here with the train and cable cars, even saw lyrebirds in their element.

Staff where all amazing and very friendly and loved to have a chat and a joke.

Date of experience: January 2020
Thank dobbo35
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We visited Scenic World in January while on a 2 day trip to the Blue Mountains. I was a bit aprehensive for 2 reasons- firstly I thought that it might be totally over commecialised with "rides" and secondly because of the fires a friend had said that much of it was closed. On the second point, we were very lucky and when we visited, the fires in the local area were well controlled and so all was open. There was some smoke haze and, I suspect, less visitors. On point one- yes it is a bit commecial, but the "rides" are primarily ways of moving visitors around the large site and giving them access to fantastic views. I tend to think that this is better than visitors having to make their way by foot up and down the mountain and protects the natural habitat.
We arrived mid morning. The lady member of staff that we worked with was very friendly and helpful explaining everything. The main building is at the top of the mountainside and from here a skyway, a scenic railway and a scenic cablecar run up and down and across the valley. The scenic railway is the steepest passenger train in the world and is a bit of a thrill. There are a couple of decent restaurants/ cafes at the top, that aren't too over priced, along with the usual shop, toilets etc. When you travel to the bottom of the valley there are boarded walkways allowing you to take a variety of routes around the rainforest at the bottom and see some other points of interest, such as the old mine. There are also various bushwalks that are not stricly part of scenic world, but can be accessed from here. Note- there are no toilet facilities at the bottom. We had a most enjoyable day riding up and down using the various modes and walking aroud. The views are lovely and the walkway very pleasant. There was the odd queue for transport, but we found it was well managed and organised - there was a lovely water mist while waiting in the 35degree heat for the Scenic Railway.

Date of experience: January 2020
3  Thank Jmac10
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Took our visiting relatives on a misty smokey January day. Little visibility and little crowd. Had a wonderful time at the rides, shop, cafe and the boardwalks regardless the weather. Blue mountain is magical any time, weather and this place allows us to Enjoy it in comfort with good coffee and lovely staff that makes me thoroughly regret not bought a yearly pass at the end of our visit. I will be back.

Date of experience: January 2020
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