Tree Top Adventure Parks
Country New South Wales (NSW), Australia
Venue Various Locations: Central Coast, Sydney, Newcastle and West Sydney
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TreeTops are recreation attractions in the Australian natural environment that are fun, unique and safe.
The bush or forest is part of the Australian way of life. You too can be part of nature and have your own very exciting and memorable Australian nature experience.
Take your pick of the fun experience of the TreeTop Adventure Parks, amazing heights of TreeTop Vertical Challenges or the thrill of TreeTop Crazy Rider.
TreeTops caters for most fitness levels, for adults and children from 3 years of age.

TreeTop Adventure Parks -
The parks consist of a series of platforms in the trees, linked with bridges, swings and flying foxes (zip lines). Each park features over 100 challenges, a unique combination of fun and nature for all age groups. Climbers develop self confidence and build stronger relationships with the people around them. There are courses specifically designed for children aged 3 to 9 years. Juniors aged 10 and over as well as adults have a series of courses that increase in difficulty. Guests wear a harness and are given instruction by qualified and knowledgeable staff, then move through the trees at their own individual speed. We recommend this activity for groups and particularly incentive groups that wish to enjoy a wonderful team building activity.

This is a magnificent way to hang out in the tree tops come rain or shine!

TreeTop Crazy Rider -
Australia’s first rollercoaster zip lines, and the longest in the world, ramp up the WOW adventure factor as they swoop, twist, turn and zig zag through the trees.

The one kilometre long Crazy Rider Xtreme is the longest rollercoaster zip line in the world. It’s an exhilarating rush for those who dare as it darts through the forest six storeys above ground with 40 slaloms including four 360 degree turns, one 560 degree turn and 2 drops.
The Pioneer is a softer, 330m long adventure filled with twists and dips and loads of fun, including one 360 degree turn.
The Combo is a combination of the two TreeTop Crazy Rider rollercoaster zip lines suspended between trees twisting, turning, diving, winding journey through the forest. Both zip lines are fully accessible for people of all abilities including wheelchair users, so everyone can experience the rush of the Crazy Riders.

TreeTop Vertical Challenges -
Ever tried climbing a massive Eucalypt tree? It’s now possible in a fun and safe way at TreeTop Vertical Challenges! Anyone 5yo+ can enjoy the climb through various challenges from the ground up. Check out our fun zig zag ladder, challenging climbing walls, polka dots and much more. Appreciate the smooth ride back down to the ground thanks to automatic belay devices. Want more? Race your friends side by side!
Choose from three different levels, designed for children and adults alike. Test your strength and challenge your mind!

Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday: 10:00am to 4:00pm
Weekends & School holidays: 9:00am to 4:30pm
Daylight Savings: 9:00am to 6:00pm

Ourimbah State Forest - 1 Red Hill Road, Wyong Creek, NSW
- TreeTops Central Coast is a relaxed 1 hour drive from Sydney, only 3 minutes from the M1 motorway.

Blue Gum Hills Regional Park, Minmi Road, Minmi, Newcastle NSW
- TreeTops Newcastle is a beautiful 1.5 hour drive from Sydney, a short 5 minutes from the M1 motorway.

Cumberland State Forest, 95 Castle Hill Rd, West Pennant Hills NSW 2125
- TreeTops Sydney - The Hills is an easy 30 minute drive from Sydney CBD, just 4 minutes ftrom the M2 motorway.

Plough & Harrow East, Western Sydney Parklands, 749 Elizabeth Drive, Abbotsbury NSW
- TreeTops Western Sydney is an easy 40 minute drive from Sydney CBD, just 2 minutes from the M7 motorway. Public transport is also available.


- TreeTop Adventure Parks are great all weather activities. In case of extreme weather (high wind or lightning) the park will be closed at short notice. In this case, the activities will resume later in the day or will be postponed to a later date.

• 2 to 3 hour experience (1 hour is possible but not
• No special knowledge or skills are required.
• This also included:
- Use of safety equipment.
- Instruction by qualified staff.
- Lesson and practise climb (adults and juniors only).
- Access to age appropriate courses.
- Supervision whilst in the park.

• Participants must wear fully enclosed shoes (sporting shoesare recommended); no exposed skin from the ankle down (skin must be covered by shoes not socks).
• Maximum weight 120kg, subject to correct harness fit.
• Adults and juniors must be at least 1.4m tall.

For Children aged 3-9 years old:
- White, Yellow, Orange and Purple courses.
- 1 adult must supervise children aged 3 to 9 from the ground
(no fee).
- Children climb independently in the trees.
- 1 adult must sign a waiver form.

For Juniors aged 10-17 years old:
- 1 adult must supervise juniors aged 10 to 15 years old on
the course in the trees. 1 adult can supervise up to 4 juniors
(does not apply to schools).
- 1 adult must sign a waiver form.
- Juniors aged 10-15 can climb Green, Blue and Red courses.
- Juniors aged 16-17 can climb Green, Blue, Red and Black

For Adults aged 18+ :
- Adults must sign a waiver form.
- Adults can climb Green, Blue, Red and Black courses.

Tree Top Adventure Park (TTAP) - Entrance Ticket
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Tree Top Adventure Park - Tree Top Crazy Rider (TTCR)
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Tree Top Adventure Park - Vertical Challenges (TTVC)
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Tree Top Adventure Park Entrance with Tree Top Crazy Rider (TTCR)
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