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Tree Top Adventure Park

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by Todd Newton (subscribe)
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Published January 1st 2013
Climb like a monkey, swing like Tarzan


[ADVERT]Let's face it. We all want to unleash the 'child' within us but with so many pressures from the outside world, it's very difficult to do so. Tree Top Adventure Park offers that release to adults and children alike.

With 90 potential challenges for visitors to overcome, any visitor will never be bored, especially when standing several metres above the ground and maneuvering around the trunks of many trees, walking across bridges between trees, or even gliding between the trees on a fast-paced flying fox.



Multiple courses cater to specific skill and age levels of all visitors from age 3 and up with a total of 10 different courses and well over 20 flying fox passages so you can move along the courses that you are attuned to.

It must be stressed that there are clear requirements for visitors to meet in order to venture through the courses but nothing too selective. In order for children to move through the junior courses, they must be at least 1.4 metres tall and be of 10 years of age.

It is also required for visitors to attend a brief training course in the interest of informing visitors how to move along the course and to take safety precautions. All visitors must weigh less than 120 kilograms and must wear enclosed toe shoes upon moving through each course.

With that aside, all those that love some extra thrill can participate in the Extreme Adventures Challenge where you walk the course at night and are only guided through the dark regions of the course by headlamps. Here you can really test your senses.



Treetop Adventure Park is a Eco-friendly park that stresses the protection of it's trees and maintaining environmental sustainability with the land so you do not need to worry about harming the trees when moving along the course.

For those in Sydney, you can find the Tree Top Adventure park in South-Western Sydney. For those who live on the North Coast, two branches are also located in the Hunter and Central Coast regions.

A visit to the Treetop National Park will surely entertain the kids these school holidays and will also allow you to relive an adventurous childhood where you dare to explore from within the trees.



For more information, please visit the Tree Top Adventure Park website.
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Why? A bit of high climbing adventure
When: 9am-6pm
Phone: 02 4025 1008
Where: Abbotsbury, Minmi, Ourimbah
Cost: $25 for Children, $35 for Juniors (9-16), $45 for adults, 5% discount for families (2 adults, 2 children)
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