“Scenic World is a family friendly nature-based attraction set within the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains, located just 90 minutes from Sydney.Home to the world’s steepest passenger railway, the largest aerial cable car in the Southern Hemisphere, the Scenic Cableway, and the longest boardwalk in Australia, Scenic World offers plenty of fun for young and old.”
"Disabled parking spaces are located immediately opposite our main entry.
Scenic World welcomes assistance or service animals to travel on both the Scenic Skyway & Cableway. For animal welfare reasons, please discuss your individual circumstances before travelling on the Scenic Railway so we can safely maximise your experience.
Scenic World accepts Companion Cards; admission is free for a registered caregiver accompanying a visitor with a disability.
Accessible toilets are located on L1 and L3 of our main building. These are dedicated disabled toilets with sufficient room for a companion. Additional accessible toilet cubicles are located inside the public bathrooms adjacent the disabled parking outside our Main Building.
Please note there are no toilets in the valley nor along the Scenic Walkway."General accessibility features:
Mobility accessibility features:
- Assistance animal welcome
- Disabled parking access
- Accessible toilet(s)
- Accessible interior spaces
"Our Main Building is accessible by wheelchair with automatic entrance doors at the main entry and an elevator servicing all levels. Pram & mobility aid parking is located on L1 of our Main Building.
The Scenic Railway is steep; it travels at a maximum speed of 16km per hour down and up a 52° incline. It is not wheelchair accessible, nor suitable for guests with serious neck or back injuries. For safety reasons prams, strollers and some mobility aids are not permitted on the Scenic Railway.
The Scenic Skyway is wheelchair accessible.
The Scenic Cableway is wheelchair accessible and connects to a wheelchair accessible length of the Scenic Walkway.
A 380-metre length of the Scenic Walkway is wheelchair accessible between the Cableway’s base station and Railway base station. We advise our longer walks (Lillipilli Link & Yellow Robin Link) are not wheelchair accessible due to instances of steep 1:7 slopes and multiple, narrow stairs.
Dinosaur Valley is not wheelchair accessible and will provide challenges for those with accessibility needs. Dinosaur Valley is situated along the Lillipilli Link which includes steep 1:7 slopes and 66 narrow stairs. In addition transport out of the valley is via the Scenic Railway which is unable to take mobility devices, or prams."Other accessibility information:
For further thoughts and information, read Havewheelchairwilltravel.net's review of Scenic World
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