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By Samantha Teague
December 11, 2020
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By Samantha Teague
December 11, 2020
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While it doesn't seem like earth will be home to a real-life Jurassic Park anytime soon, you can visit something close to it in the Blue Mountains these summer holidays. Jump on the Scenic Cableway and journey 66 millions years back in time as you descend into the Jamison Valley. Here, you'll find a fossil-filled alley and roaring dinosaurs scattered throughout the ancient rainforest.

The life-sized T-rex, triceratops, stegosaurus and more all make up Scenic World's new openair Dinosaur Valley experience, which is running until Sunday, January 31. It's definitely an experience kids would enjoy, but there's nothing saying adults won't either — even if it's just another excuse to get out of the city and explore the wonders of the Blue Mountains.

You'll probably learn a think or two about earth's prehistoric residents, too, with facts scattered throughout the exhibition and knowledgeable guides on hand.

When you've finished exploring, you can take the world's steepest passenger train, the Scenic Railway, out of the valley. And, if you want even more excitement, you can also grab a Scenic Pass, which includes the glass-bottomed Scenic Skyway — an invigorating ride on the 270-metre high cablecar that takes in some of the mountains' most spectacular vistas.

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