Take on 100 sky-high challenges and 12 ziplines stretched across eight acres of pristine rainforest. Hang about in the trees, climb the ladders, balance on the suspended bridges and race down flying foxes. There's five epic courses to tackle, ranging from easy to extreme.
Whether your goal is to face your fear of heights or simply enjoy a fun day in the open air, this high ropes adventure course will satisfy. This unique experience located right next to the iconic Big Pineapple allows thrill seekers and nature enthusiasts to explore Australia’s unique landscape. Climb ladders, teeter across walkways and cross suspended bridges as you navigate your way deeper into the park, at more than 25 metres above the ground. Feel the adrenalin as you soar across to your next obstacle on one of 12 flying foxes, with some spanning 120 metres long! The courses become increasingly difficult as you climb higher into the canopy, which means that you can find the right level to suit you. The first two courses are easy and designed for everyone in the family. Qualified instructors are placed all over the park to ensure safety and you can complete each circuit at your own speed. All you need to bring is closed in shoes and a dare devil attitude!
Maximum weight 120kg To access the Black levels, must purchase Adult ticket and must be able to reach 180cm with the palm of your hand stretched above your head.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.
Instructors are placed all over the course so the participants are monitored at every stage of the course. Other participants will be on the course at the same time, however it is designed for each person to go at their own pace.
This experience operates in all weather conditions, except lighting storms or high winds. In this case you will be offered to reschedule for a later date.
Must have closed in shoes and shorts/leggings suitable for wearing a harness.
This experience takes place in Woombye and stretches through eight acres of incredible rainforest right next to the iconic Big Pineapple structure.