Cleaning and safety practices
Australia's highest zipline with cables 115 feet (35 m) tall
Expert guide offers commentary on the rainforest ecosystem
3 thrilling lines & 2 suspended cable bridges in the trees
Close-up exploration of the jungle via a treetop boardwalk
Spectacular views from a 165-foot-tall (50-m) central tower
What's included, what's not
Guided zipline tour
Self-guided treetop walk
All necessary equipment
Use of storage lockers
Know before you book
Children 3 and younger are not allowed. Children 12 and younger must be accompanied by a paying adult.
Children must be at least 3 feet and 5 inches (105 cm) tall. Children between 3 feet 5 inches and 4 feet tall (105– 125 cm), regardless of age, must zipline with an adult. The combined weight of the adult and child must not exceed 265 pounds (120 kg). Children who are at least 4 feet (125 cm) tall and weigh at least 55 pounds (25 kg) will most likely be able to zipline on their own; this is at the guide's discretion.
If you are pregnant, have a heart condition, suffer from vertigo, or have physical disabilities that would be exacerbated during a landing similar to getting off a chairlift while skiing, you should not take part.
This activity operates rain or shine.
Tours depart every hour, on the hour, between 9 AM and 3:30 PM. If you wish to participate in the Treetop Walk, you must arrive before 2 PM. You will receive confirmation of your exact tour start time when you call to confirm your reservation.
Check-in is 20 minutes prior to your booked tour start time.
What you can expect
Flying over the rainforest canopy on Australia's highest zipline tour, you can take in views that stretch out as far as the Pacific Ocean. Soar above the foliage on this sky-high 3-line course, and then get a closer look at the native jungle on a treetop trek.
Less than 2 hours from Sydney and an hour from Wollongong, this zipline course offers a real chance to immerse yourself in native Australian wilderness. Your adventure begins with a safety briefing at the visitor centre, where an experienced guide gets you comfortably strapped into your harness and offers tips for getting the most out of your ride. From there, it's just a quick 10-minute walk down to the start of the course.
Climb to the top of your first platform, step to the edge, and make the leap. The forest blurs around you as you whoosh to the end of the line. The thrills continue across 2 suspended bridges and 2 more cables, which reach heights of up to 115 feet (35 m). Along the way, your guide shares interesting facts about the natural history and characteristics of the region's native flora.
After an hour spent cruising from tree to tree, you can hike back to the visitor centre and call it a day, or spend another hour strolling on a 1-mile (1.5-km) walkway for a chance to discover more about the rainforest ecosystem. Trek along the forest floor, and make the climb up to a central tower that rises 165 feet (50 m) from the ground below, offering spectacular panoramas over the hillsides and coastline beyond.
Cleaning and safety practices
Enhanced cleanliness measures
- High-touch surfaces cleaned and disinfected
- Vehicles and venues cleaned with disinfectants
- Contactless ticket redemption
- Social distancing measures in place
- Personal protective equipment worn by staff
- Masks required
- Hand sanitiser provided
- Individually wrapped food options available