"Through the looking trees." Great shot of the Skyway from Reids Plateu from Gary P Hayes Photography. #VisitBlueMountains
While the Eucalyptus genus is not entirely native to Australia, it's no surprise we hold most of it. Not only that, but more than one in every 10 Eucalypt trees can be found right here in the ancient Jamison Valley! #VisitBlueMountains
Before the Scenic World you all know and love was built, Echo Point was originally a mine! Coal and shale was transported up and down the steep incline that has since become the Scenic Railway.
Leave the scorching heat behind and escape to the natural water holes of the Blue Mountains this Summer. Check out our top 5 here: [ Bit.ly Link ] #VisitBlueMountains #ScenicWorld
Matte Photographics captures the iconic silhouette of the magnificent Three Sisters. It's photos like this that remind us how special it is to have a landmark like this in our own backyard. #VisitBlueMountains
We've been having a blast so far this year - live music, animal shows, and a Chinese New Year festival just around the corner. Book your tickets today and come join us for some Scenic Summer Fun! #VisitBlueMountains
With over 42 artists creating 37 artworks for exhibition, Sculpture at Scenic World 2017 is set to be bigger and better than ever.

Scenic World has just announced their accommodation packages in conjunction with their accommodation partners Carrington Hotel, Fairmont Resort Blue Mountains MGallery By Sofitel, Hydro Majestic Hotel Blue Mountains, Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort & Spa, Echoes...
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The town of Katoomba was named in 1877 after the Aboriginal term for 'shining falling water', but the word is actually 'Kedumbah'. The township settled on the former because nobody could say 'Kedumbah' properly!
After a day riding on the world’s steepest passenger railway, enjoy a night out at the theatre. The Leura Shakespeare Festival is the perfect way to immerse yourself in the magic of the Bard whilst indulging in the majesty of the Mountains [ Bit.ly Link ] #ScenicWorld #VisitBlueMountains
Taken back when the Scenic Railway was Katoomba's LATEST attraction. More than 75 years on, it's still the greatest! (Other than The Three Sisters, of course...) #VisitBlueMountains
You'd probably pull this face too if you heard an owl bark, but that's exactly what this one does! The Barking Owl's call is known to sound like anything from a dog's bark to a 'shrill, human howl'. If you aren't 100% sure if you've spotted one, they're also known to wink!
Rhys Pope Photography captures the majesty of Sylvia Falls.

Take advantage of 2017's beautiful weather so far and join us amongst the ancient Jamison Valley rainforest for some Scenic Summer Fun! #VisitBlueMountains
The Scenic Railway has thrilled 25 million passengers since its inception. That is more people than the current population of Australia! #FeelSmallAgain
There's no better time to experience the ancient rainforest of the Jamison Valley, and no better way than on one of the many walking tracks.

This incredible shot was taken by Matte Photographics at the base of the Three Sisters walk. #VisitBlueMountains
The early bird gets the discount! Arriving at Scenic World before 10am not only means that you save money, it also gives you the chance to be get a front row seat on the world’s steepest passenger train. Visit our website and secure your discounted ticket today! Book here: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Photo: Ask Roz Blue Mountains #VisitBlueMountains
Escape the heat this Summer and cool off in the ancient rainforest of the Jamison Valley. Scenic World is open every day these holidays and promises something for everyone. Book your tickets online today. #VisitBlueMountains
Everyone's faves Lindsay, Kirra & Jackson drum in the Scenic Railway this afternoon - come and join the fun! #visitbluemountains #Australia
This is the Rock Sprengelia, found only in the upper Blue Mountains region. Part of the border genus more commonly known as 'Heath', species of this plant type have even been known to grow in acid.
'The Crying Rock' - anyone want to guess how it got its name?

Massive thanks to @erikamariafotografie for the shot! #VisitBlueMountains
Don't miss your chance to enjoy discounted early-bird ticketing these summer holidays! Book ahead online to arrive before 10am and be the first to see the mountains come to life. Find out more at: [ Bit.ly Link ] #VisitBlueMountains