TreeTop Adventure Park offers a unique experience high in the tree tops, where participants can slide down Flying Foxes, move from tree to tree on suspension bridges and enjoy many other exciting activities up to 15 metres above the forest floor! This sensational experience is carried out at the participants own pace with each course designed with different levels of difficulty (from children over 3 years old, through to easy, medium, and adventure lover). People can realise a childhood dream: climb trees and go ape in total safety!
The TreeTop Adventure Park provides a whole day of entertainment. What's great is that after the initial training, the staff are hands off and you're free to wander through the different courses as you like. What's also great is that the courses progress from easy to difficult allowing you to learn as you go. TreeTop Adventure Park is more than just strings suspended above a forest, there's ladders to climb, flying foxes, balancing beams, suspended bars, wobbly wooden planks - you name it, they've got everything in the world of obstacle courses!
The experience is great. I loved it. My kids loved it. Been there twice now, and were planning on going back again this summer.
When you take on the treetop adventure, you should be prepared to get bruised. My leg got bruised, my wife cut her finger, but all was part of the fun.
The only suggestion I would have is, Safety should be enforced more. Safety instructions are part of the briefing before you take on the actual course, but there are some aspects that they forget.
For example is when taking the flying fox, there should at least be reminders posted that you should wait til the coast is clear before you fly. I saw an incidence once that a kid took the flying fox when the other kid on the other end was still removing his harness. And you know what happened
They can put visual safety reminders within the course. Verbal instructions are not enough. People tend to forget.