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Thunderbird Park

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Published August 11th 2010
Would you consider your self a keen adventurer? Well you don't need to be in cohorts with Indianna Jones to have a geological adventure complete with Tarzan swinging ropes and a gem-stone dig. From horse trail riding and laser skirmish to the largest ropes and adventure games course in the country, Thunderbird Park maintains a hub of adventure.

Boasting the worlds largest mine of thundereggs, Thunderbird Park is the perfect place to visit if you are dying to dig up a treasure of your own. The entry fee provides you with your pick and bucket, an explanation on thundereggs and where to find them, and a mine safety talk. It also enables you to fossick for your very own thundereggs, and allows you to keep as many as you can fit into your mining bucket. At the end you receive a token miners permit as proof of your conquest.

Adventure Parc is the largest ropes and adventure games course in Australia, boasting a 7m high, 200m long aerial rain forest walk, suspended trapezes, Tarzan swinging ropes, single beams, double ropes, various bridges and much, much more. And if that isn't enough, then there is the Sensations Course which is built above trapeze nets to catch you, should you fall from one of the 13 games that rise up to 16m into the air. The courses range in difficulty from mildly challenging to wet-your-pants scary, so whatever your fear factor, you're sure to find something to challenge it.

However, you don't have to be an adrenaline junkie to enjoy a day at Thunderbird park. Located on 112 hectares of Tamborine Mountain, Thunderbird Park is teeming with native flora and fauna, including the legendary Thunderbird. The bushwalks through national parks and state forests, provide views of some spectacular untouched scenery.
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Why? The kids will love it
When: 7 days, 9am to 3:30pm
Where: cnr of Tamborine Mountain Rd and Cedar Creek Falls Rd
Cost: Varies depending on activity, check the
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