Blue Mountains Entry Ticket
Planning your visit to the Blue Mountains?
You will be thrilled that there is no Blue Mountains National Park entry fee, making it a budget-friendly destination for nature enthusiasts.
However, some attractions in the National Park area do require a ticket.
The Blue Mountains entry fee applies to various tours and activities within the park, such as guided hikes and adventures.
The Scenic World Blue Mountains entry ticket is one such attraction that requires a separate fee.
Here, you can experience the thrill of riding the steepest passenger railway in the world, along with other exciting cable car and skyway experiences.
The Featherdale Wildlife Park is another example where you must pay a separate admission fee.
This park lets you get up close and personal with Australia’s unique wildlife, including kangaroos, koalas, and native birds.
A visit to other attractions, including the iconic Three Sisters rock formation in Katoomba, is free.
You can enjoy the breathtaking views and take memorable photos without any additional cost.
Featherdale Wildlife Park general entrance ticket
Visit Featherdale Wildlife Park to see a collection of more than 1,700 mammals, marsupials, birds, and reptiles, including more than 30 kinds of endangered creatures.
Just 45 minutes from Sydney’s downtown, you can have the ultimate up-close and personal animal encounter.
Attend feeding times and keeper talks, meet a koala, feed the wallabies and kangaroos by hand (you can purchase kangaroo chow for $2), or take in the sight of the enormous saltwater crocodile.
The starting time is 8 am, and the ticket is valid for one day.
Meet at Featherdale Wildlife Park in Doonside, New South Wales, at 217 Kildare Road.
Use the North Shore and Western lines to get to Blacktown Station from the city. Bus stop E is located just outside the station.
After a 10-minute bus ride, get off at the stop outside the Featherdale gates. via the M4, M7, or M2. Parking is free.
- Experience Australia’s natural fauna up close.
- Meet a koala and feed the kangaroos by hand.
- Keeper presentations and demonstrations will teach you about the animals throughout the day.
- Easy access to the park through public transportation or free on-site parking
- Enjoy a variety of free animal encounters all day.
Things to know
- Every day from 8 am to 5 pm, the park is accessible (except December 25).
- Each age group and ability level can participate in this exercise.
- Featherdale Wildlife Park retains the right to postpone or cancel new experiences at any moment since the animals’ needs and welfare come first. It can involve scorching weather and the strange animal behavior that results from it.
- If you want a snack or coffee, there is a cafe in Featherdale.
- When entering, look at the boards for the schedule of the various animal encounters.
This ticket includes:
- Featherdale Passport (available on the day of the visit)
- Entry to Featherdale Wildlife Park
|Adult ticket (16 years and above)||A$ 32 (US$ 22)|
|Student with ID (16 years and above)||A$ 27 (US$18)|
|Child ticket (upto 15 years)||A$ 17 (US$12)|
|Choose the 1-day Blue Mountains entry ticket pass for Scenic World and get unlimited access to all rides—Skyway, Cableway, Walkway and Railway.|
Tickets for Blue Mountains stargazing tour
Join an astronomer as they go through the cosmos in the Blue Mountains.
On this memorable journey, which makes a magical feature of Australia’s magnificent night sky away from city lights, imagine infinity and beyond.
It is a magnificent chance to see celestial treasures only visible from the Southern Hemisphere and the Southern Sky.
The starting time is 8.30 pm, and the tour continues for one and a half hours.
When you arrive at the meeting place at Wentworth Falls Lookout on Sir H. Burrell Drive, provide the guide with your online Blue Mountains Stargazing tour tickets.
- Join a French astronomer for an introduction to the Blue Mountains’ past and how it has altered over time.
- Learn how to use a telescope, identify stars, and enjoy astronomy with your eye.
- Enjoy the cosmic dance of the planets and satellites and exciting discussions of the universe and beyond to satisfy your inner astronomer.
This ticket includes:
- Guided tour
- Hot chocolate
- Computerized professional telescope
- Warm blankets (in winter)
- Fees for the Blue Mountains National Park
|Adult ticket (16 years and above)||A$ 85 (US$ 58)|
|Child ticket (4 to 15 years)||A$ 55 (US$ 38)|
|Student with ID (16 years and above)||A$ 80 (US$ 55)|
|Family ticket (2 adults and 2 children)||A$ 230 (US$ 157)|
|Family ticket (2 adults and 3 children)||A$ 285 (US$ 195)|
Blue Mountains free attractions
Exploring the Blue Mountains National Park isn’t just about breathtaking views; it’s about enjoying the beauty of nature without emptying your wallet.
Since there is no single Blue Mountains entry ticket, you can visit a number of attractions in the area for free.
- Three Sisters in Katoomba – panoramic views of the limestone rock formation from Echo Point and other view sites.
- Govetts Leap in Blackheath – an impressive waterfall and scenic outlook.
- Blue Mountains Botanic Garden in Mount Tomah – offers free bushwalks and stunning views with native fauna, flora and fungi.
- Leura Cascades – tranquil picnic spot and access to nearby waterfalls.
One exception in these attractions is the Blue Mountain entry fee for parking.
Open every day from 9 am to 5 pm, there is no Blue Mountain Botanic Garden entry fee.
Here, you can immerse yourself in the beauty of native Australian plants and explore the diverse botanical collections.
You can enjoy bushwalks, observe the native wildlife, and soak in the natural beauty of the region without worrying about getting a Blue Mountains entry pass.
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