Dinosaur Valley extended for four weeks due to popular demand

Dinosaur Valley has been extended until February 28 due to popular demand, giving visitors four more weeks to plan a dinosized summer staycation in the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains.

Dinosaur Valley has been a standout success this summer, attracting more than 30,000 visitors to the Blue Mountains since the event launched on November 27. The Scenic Pass has also proven popular with NSW visitors, attracting more than 25,000 guests over the same period.

Originally slated to wrap up on January 31, the event has been extended for four weeks as demand continues to grow, with trading hours also increased during peak times. Weekly specials are also on offer during February, including food and beverage specials every Monday for kids who come dressed in their favourite dinosaur outfit. Annual pass discounts are also available, and locals will have four more weeks to make the most of their Mountains Pass.

Dinosaur Valley is an all-ages event which brings Scenic World’s rainforest to life with dozens of life-sized dinosaurs in the heart of the Blue Mountains.

To learn more – https://www.scenicworld.com.au/dinosaur-valley%20

SOURCE: Scenic World Blue Mountains


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