Are you ready for a day of extreme zip lining and high ropes adventures? This guided tour will take you above the trees at Cedar Creek Gorge where you'll enjoy seven huge zip lines. Get 60m high, clocking speeds of up to 70km/ph! Then hit the high ropes course.
Feel the adrenalin surging through your body; strapped into your safety harness you're waiting to let go and fly. 3, 2, 1 - take off! Whizz through Australia's largest and highest zip lining course that puts you 60 metre above ground. Get wicked speeds of up to 70km/ph while you try out seven zip lines that run across the stunning Cedar Creek Gorge. Then it's time to hit the high ropes. This unique adventure allows thrill seekers and nature enthusiasts to explore Australia’s unique landscape. Experience the trees like never before. Climb ladders, teeter across walkways and cross suspended bridges as you navigate your way deeper into the park. Feel the adrenalin as you fly across to your next obstacle on one of 11 flying foxes, with some spanning over 100 metres!
Guided by an experienced instructor you'll feel like you're in safe hands at all times. Once you get more comfortable being so high up, you'll be able to take advantage of the gorgeous surrounds. The 1.5km course criss-crosses over the gorge multiple time before dropping into the gorge with you flying just above the tree canopy. Step out of your comfort zone and get airborne above the trees! A bucket list item you'll wanna tick off again and again!
Please allow three hours for the entire experience.
If you suffer from any health condition, such as heart problems where too much excitement might be a problem, you cannot do this experience.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
Maximum group size is 10.
The tour provider operates in all weather conditions, except lighting storms or high winds. You will be eligible for a full refund if your booking is cancelled due to weather conditions.
Please wear closed in shoes and clothes as if you are going for a hike. Sunglasses and sunscreen are recommended.
Located in Northern Tamborine, QLD.