Scenic World open seven days during holidays

Scenic World back on the fast track

Scenic World is welcoming visitors to the Blue Mountains this season, with reduced capacity meaning everyone is on a fast-track ticket these school holidays.

From bushfires and floods to a global pandemic, 2020 will make a chapter of its own in the history books. But Scenic World ticks all the right boxes for a memorable staycation, serving up breathtaking views and world class open-air rides.

Like many things in 2020, a few things have changed. Due to physical distancing, the Scenic World experience now includes all open-air attractions in a pre-approved circuit, called the Scenic Route.

Take in World Heritage views with a return trip on the Scenic Skyway. Descend into the Jamison Valley on the Scenic Railway. Stroll under the canopy of a temperate rainforest on the Scenic Walkway. Glide past the iconic Three Sisters on the Scenic Cableway.

Scenic World has also reduced its capacity by more than 50 per cent as part of its extensive COVID-safe plan which is centred around safety and wellbeing of all.

Ride cabins are sanitised after each journey, all rides are deep cleaned every two hours, hand sanitising stations are readily available on site, and face masks now form part of the Scenic World staff uniform.

Scenic World managing director, Anthea Hammon, said the Blue Mountains was open for business these school holidays, with reduced capacity providing a more intimate experience.

"Some things have changed but our trademark views remain the same, making the Blue Mountains a must for Sydneysiders looking to escape the city these school holidays."

Scenic World is open every day of the school holidays, except October 9. Online bookings essential at