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TREETOP ADVENTURE PARK

Come and experience the iconic Australian bush like never before. Get up-close and personal with native Australian wildlife and magnificent Gum trees, as you climb, weave and fly through the tree tops on self-guided rope courses. Flex your adventurous spirit and test yourself mentally and physically with over 100 elevated obstacles with rope ladders, wobbly bridges, tunnels, cargo-nets and zip lines.

TreeTop Adventure Park is in four unique locations in New South Wales: Central Coast, Newcastle, Sydney - The Hills and Western Sydney. Each award-winning and eco-friendly park is arranged in courses according to age groups and graded in difficulty, so there is something for everyone.

TreeTop Adventure Park is separated into two separate sections:

CHILD COURSES

White, Yellow, Orange and Purple courses.

  • Children MUST be 3 years and older.
  • Children’s courses designed for children 3-9 years old.
  • 2 hour session including approx. 30 minutes ‘gearing’ time and training; and approx. 1.5 hours climbing time.
  • Children can complete the courses as many times as they like within their session.
  • At least one adult is required to supervise the children at all times from the ground (no fee).
  • Adults can NOT climb on the children’s courses.
  • The children are also supervised by instructors.
  • All parks have similar difficulty levels, determined by each individual climber.
  • Sydney - The Hills could be slightly more challenging for younger or less confident children and a fantastic challenge for older or more confident children. Average height is 10 metres.
  • Central Coast, Newcastle and Western Sydney parks have paths underneath the courses allowing on-ground adult supervisors to be close. Sydney - The Hills supervising adults remain on the perimeter path.

JUNIOR/ADULT COURSES

Green, Blue, Red and Black courses

  • Participants MUST be 10 years and older, at least 1.4m tall and under 120kg.
  • One adult MUST accompany juniors 10-15 years old on the courses. One adult can supervise up to four juniors.
  • Courses MUST be completed in order as instructed and cannot be skipped or repeated. Courses can be completed once only per day.
  • Participants MUST be over 16 years old to climb the black course.
  • There are NO exceptions to age, size or weight. Check our booking Terms and Conditions.
  • Participants MUST complete a safety training session prior to starting the courses. Sessions are led by qualified instructors and start at the booked time. Total time required to complete the safety training session and courses varies and is approximately 2.5-3.5 hours. 
  • All parks have similar difficulty levels, determined by each individual climber.
  • Sydney - The Hills could be slightly more challenging for younger or less confident climbers and a fantastic challenge for older or more confident climbers. Highest point is 25 metres.

What you need to know before arriving

There are no special skills or prior knowledge required, just bring along a sense of adventure and we will provide all the training and safety equipment you need to be an expert tree climber.

Participants must wear fully enclosed shoes (sporting shoes are recommended); no exposed skin from the ankle down (skin must be covered by shoes not socks). For example, participants will not be allowed to undertake the Activities in sandals, Mary-Jane’s, thongs, ballet flats, slip-off, toed shoes etc...

If you want extra grip, bring gloves or purchase a pair from the office. It can take approx. three hours to fully complete the adult/junior courses and up to two hours for the child courses. Make sure you pack water, wear comfortable clothes, fully enclosed shoes, tie back long hair, remove jewellery and apply sunscreen and insect repellent.

We are open in all weather conditions (except lightning and extreme high winds). For your enjoyment of the courses, we only allow an allocated amount of people on the course at once, so it is highly recommended that you make a booking to avoid disappointment.

Please arrive at the park with plenty of time, ready to start your session at the booked time. We recommend arriving at least 15 minutes prior (at least 30 minutes Sydney - The Hills and Western Sydney) to your booked time to allow for finding a car park, completing waiver forms, removing all jewellery, storing any remaining valuables in your car, all participants having used the bathroom, applying sunscreen/insect repellent, handing keys to office staff etc. During school holidays, public holidays and weekends more time may be required as all parks get particularly busy. If you miss the start of your session, you may not be able to participate as the equipment you wear on the course is reserved for you. If you are late this impacts on other participants. No refunds or part-refunds will be made if you are late and it is not possible to accommodate you.

For safety reasons you can’t carry anything with you on the courses and there are no lockers on site, so leave all your valuables at home and leave your keys at the TreeTops office. Once you are in your safety harness absolutely nothing is allowed in your pockets or hands, this includes jewellery, phones, wallets, keys and cameras.

See below for TreeTop Adventure Park requirements.

Accessibility

TreeTop Adventure Parks are accessible to people with a range of physical, sensory and mental abilities. Participants are required to be independently mobile (without physical assistance or aids). Our professional team members provide expert advice on the most appropriate courses for all visitors and safety requirements.

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Park Closure

Western Sydney Parklands Plough & Harrow is closed for maintenance on Monday 8th, Tuesday 9th and Wednesday 10th May.

During this time TreeTops Western Sydney will be closed to visitors. The park will reopen on Thursday 11th May.

Fantastic News!!

TreeTops Sydney - The Hills is open!

All children’s courses (3-9 yo) are open. The green, blue and red courses are open for juniors (10-17yo) and adults (18+).