3 Scenic Walkway
Coming from a tropical country rich with dense rainforest, Scenic Walkway might not be interesting but if you are into hiking, this is your playground.
The 2.4 kilometre Scenic Walkway is a totally different landscape than Southeast Asia’s rainforest. You need to bring a bottle of water if you want to venture the entire 2.4 kilometre walkway. They built an elevated boardwalk so visitors will have minimal impact on the environment as you walk around the Jurassic rainforest on the Jamison Valley floor.
“Along the way, explore elements of the site’s coal mining history including the mine entrance, a replica miners’ hut and scale bronze sculpture of a miner and his pit pony.
Learn about local flora, listen for the native lyre bird or taste pure Blue Mountains water straight from Marrangaroo Spring. Enjoy a peaceful moment in the open-air Rainforest Room, or on rest benches located along the route.
Options for various walks taking ten minutes or a full hour are clearly signposted, along with the wheelchair accessible link between the bottom Cableway and Railway stations.” – Scenic World
The clean air and the beautiful rainforest, you definitely want to explore Jamison Valley. Bring your family or friends along and you definitely enjoy the walkway. How often you get a chance to walk in a rainforest jungle in Blue Mountains anyway?