Blue Mountains News
Scenic World to Temporarily Close
The closure is in response to the NSW Government’s announcement over the weekend, to close all non-essential services throughout the state due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“As a third generation family business who has been at the forefront of Australian tourism for 75 years, it is with a heavy heart that we temporarily close the doors of Scenic World for the foreseeable future,” said Managing Director Anthea Hammon.
“I want to thank all our staff, visitors and the Blue Mountains community for their support and patronage over the recent months. Please be assured that Scenic World will reopen to visitors again, once it is safe to do so.”
Scenic World will contact all ticket holders directly and continue to keep its community informed with updates via social media channels, and its website.
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