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Calling all adrenaline junkies! An exhilarating aerial adventure awaits at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, with 80 treetop challenges and 11 ziplines that are spread across five awesome courses. Reach speeds of up to 70km/ph as you soar high above the treetops and some of the animal enclosures.
What better way to conquer your fears and get your adrenaline pumping than a high ropes course? Nestled within 27 hectares of lush eucalyptus and rainforest, experience up to 80 aerial challenges including 11 ziplines that are spread across five courses. The day begins with a 4WD transfer from the reception to the adventure park where you will take on courses ranging from easy to extreme. Fly at speeds of up to 70km/ph above the treetops and over some of the Sanctuary's iconic Aussie wildlife including dingoes, kangaroos and crocs! You'll cross Cedar Creek Canyon multiple times getting a bird's eye view of the beautiful scenery before dropping into the canyon. An awesome day out for the whole family!
Please allow three hours for this experience.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.
If weather conditions prove to be unsafe such as hail, high winds or lightning the course may be closed temporarily. If the participant chooses to leave and has only completed under 30 minutes, a free return pass is given.
Wear athletic attire as you would going for a run. Knee length shorts are best with joggers.
This experience takes place inside Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary on the Gold Coast, QLD.