Day Trips From Sydney To Blue Mountains National Park

Day Trips From Sydney To Blue Mountains National Park

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Scenic World

Blue Mountains Scenic World is a hub of entertainment, including four main attractions: the Scenic Railway, the Scenic Skyway, the Scenic Cableway and the Scenic Walkway. 

Blue Mountains Scenic Railway

Built as part of the mining operation in the Jamison Valley in the late 1800s, the steep track has an incline of 52 degrees, making it one of the steepest railways in the world.

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Blue Mountains Scenic Skyway

The Skyway traverses the gorge from Scenic World to Echo Point 270 meters above the valley with views of Katoomba Falls.

Blue Mountains Cable Car

The Scenic Cableway Blue Mountains ride takes visitors 545 meters from the top of the rim to the valley floor where they can explore the rainforest.

Blue Mountains Scenic Walkway

The Walkway is a 2.4km elevated walkway through the rainforest on the valley floor. The Walkway can be accessed by the Cableway and Railway.

Deciding Which Places to Visit in Blue Mountains

With so many Blue Mountains places to visit, it can be a task to decide what to include in a Sydney one-day trip. In addition to being limited to a one-day adventure, you also need to consider what kind of experiences you want and how much you want to spend. It is free to enter most of the park – including top hiking trails and the best viewpoints – but there is a cost for tours and Scenic World attractions.

While a multitude of sights was appealing, it simply isn’t feasible to partake in all the park attractions on a Sydney one-day tour. The reason we wanted to visit the park was to escape the city and immerse ourselves in nature. On our trip, we decided to limit our Blue Mountains sightseeing to the natural aspects of the park.

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