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It will be perfect for those who love the outdoors, great views and a sense of adventure where you you know that you are still in a safe environment. Guests are harnessed in – so if you fall you will be able to climb right back on!
Sessions last for two hours so you can really engage with this experience.
This is the first structure of its kind in Australia and one of the largest such adventure constructions in the world.
It includes the latest technology not only in its design but also in the state of the art harnessing equipment.
And it is something that you can always come back to for new experiences. While the first time you go there are plenty of challenges to keep you entertained the facility is easy to update, and to move crossings and there will be 70 new obstacles rolling out in the coming months.
Now, with the school holidays coming up some parents will find the following information useful.
Standing 26m off ground, SkyMate is the centerpiece of the MegaAdventure Aerial Park. It is designed for people of all ages to be able to challenge themselves on the SkyChallenge obstacles.
You're ready to participate in the SkyChallenge if:
You are at least 120cm accompanied*, or 140cm unaccompanied
You weigh between 20kg-130kg
For the Under 14's
All Under 14's must be actively supervised by a parent or guardian on the SkyWalk or SkyChallenge with a ratio of 1:10
Children under 14 years of age must be accompanied by a person 18 years of age or older in the park at all times
Accompanied means children between 120cm and 139cm must be joined on the SkyChallenge by a parent or guardian with a ratio of 1 adult : 2 children
You can also purchase yearly tickets and this might make a great Christmas present for the right person.