How much does it cost to ride the Scenic Railway?

How much does it cost to ride the Scenic Railway?

Written by: Cameron Ward

Published: 10/08/2021

Reading time: 2 mins

The Blue Mountains are one of Australia’s true natural gems: a massive wilderness of lush valleys, towering peaks, majestic landmarks and gorgeous streams.

Scenic Railway Interior

A trip to the Blue Mountains is always full of awe and wonder, with the likes of Katoomba Falls, the Three Sisters, Lyrebird Dell and the Botanic Gardens all providing unique travel experiences for nature lovers!

But one of the most exciting additions to the mountains is Scenic World: an uber fun adventure park made for getting the Blue Mountains blood pumping. With the likes of the Scenic Railway, Scenic Cableway and the thrilling Scenic Skyway all part of this thrill seeker’s wonderland, there is plenty to enjoy about this amazing testament to the lush beauty of the Blue Mountains…

Ticket prices cover all rides including the Scenic Railway, Scenic Cableway and Scenic Skyway.

Ticket prices are as follows:

One-day pass:

Kids: $27.90

Adults: $49.90

Concessions: $46.90

Family pass:

One adult & one child: $77.80

Extra adult: $49.90

Extra child: $23.30

Annual pass:

Adult: $99

Child: $54

Family annual pass:

Adults: $99

Child: $54

Extra child: $44

Picking up a Scenic World pass is totally worth it as there is so much fun and adventure to have there! Whether you’re hopping on the world’s steepest passenger railway or soaring above the Jamison Valley with nothing but a glass bottom floor below you, Scenic World is a place to get a little rush and excitement in the otherwise perfectly tranquil Blue Mountains!

You might want to balance out that heart-pumping fun with some of these more serene activities…

The Three Sisters

The Three Sisters is one of Australia’s most famous landmarks: a series of three giant sandstone formations jumping out of the escarpment below. Made famous by their unusual structure and the awesome Dreaming story that accompanies them. Simply take a stroll up to Echo Point for the best view of this wondrous natural landmark!

Katoomba Falls

Katoomba Falls easily falls under the category of one of Australia’s most astounding natural waterways. This segmented, mega fall is surrounded by beautifully lush vegetation and even has camping facilities located near the head, making it one of the ultimate spots to stay in the mountains and truly immerse yourself in its natural splendour!

Related article: How Long do I need at Scenic World?

Cameron Ward
Cameron Ward
Managing Director at Sightseeing Tours Australia

Cameron Ward turned his travel passion into a thriving Australian tourism business. Before he co-founded his own business, Sightseeing Tours Australia, he was enjoying being a Melbourne tour guide. Even now, Cameron delights in helping visitors from all around the world get the most out of their incredible Australian trip. You’ll see Cameron leading tours or writing about his favourite Australian places where he shares his local insights.