Scenic World

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1 Violet St, Blue Mountains, Australia
www.scenicworld.com.au - (02) 4780 0200

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dream_of_adventure dream_of…
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Overpriced tickets Jun 02, 2011
I think the ticket is overpriced. The ride is very short and there is not much to see once you reach the walkway.

Take a guided walk to the cliff look out. See the Three Sisters from the Echo Point. You'll see more.
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petit_gooroo petit_go…
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I rode the steepest incline Railway in the world! Nov 14, 2009
And I was in the first wagon! ^^

Even though it is impressive, it does not go fast (4 meters per second) so it is not scary and pretty much doable by anybody.

After a 415m descent (including going through a cliff side tunnel), we end in a platform for a great view on the Blue Mountains (with the Three Sisters), and reach an ancient rainforest to do the Scenic Walkway.

The railway is originally part of the Katoomba mining tramways (constructed between 1878 and 1900). It is an opportunity to learn a bit more about the coal mine with size bronze sculptures and reconstructions.

The Scenic Walkway is a 3km path made for tourist inside a rainforest (some parts are very accessible for disabled people).

Even though you don't feel like being in free in the nature because of the walkway, it is still interesting to discover a different fauna and different animals living there. We saw a very funny bird making noises that sounded like a video game or some kind of electronic alarm. Weirdo.
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Sunflower300 says:
I was just here today!!! I have done it before but my friend I was with had not. The walkway was new for me and I enjoyed it. You can leave the wooden walkway and go for a 'real' bush walk if you want.
Great review!
Posted on: Aug 02, 2010
liekevo liekevo
41 reviews
Scenic World Sep 28, 2005
During my trip to the Blue Moutains we went to Scenic World. They have a scenic Skyway, Railway, Cableway and Walkway. The day we were there is was very misty and the scenic Skyway was closed because of that, not much to see. But you could take the Railway or Cableway down to the rainforest, because this was below the clouds. We took the Railway down, this is the steepest incline railway in the world. When we where down we walked the Walkway, there is an audioguide, but we walked it ourselves and read the explanations along the way. Back to the top we took the Cableway.
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The rainforest
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