- Outdoor Adventure
Choose your challenge from BMX on a wire to Tarzan ropes and more than 500 metres of flying foxes set high among the spectacular Tuart trees!
No matter your skill, fitness and daring levels, this is your opportunity to combine fun with an incredible setting of the largest remaining pure forest of Tuart trees in the world.
Step inside the forest and uncover 77 activities including flying foxes, tree snowboarding, Tarzan ropes, 13-metre base jump, BMX on a wire, and spider webs.
Have fun with the family and challenge your friends on six unique courses for every level!
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High Ropes sessions are two and a half hours in length, including equipment and training. Sessions start promptly at the time of your booking so please allow time to enjoy the beautiful Tuart Forest as you make your way to the office to check in.
During your training we will explain the rules of the park and show you how to safely use the equipment before getting you to complete a practice course. Once the instructor is confident that you are ready they will direct you to a suitable course to start on. You can expect to complete two to three courses during your session.
Late arrivals will have less time on the park, especially in peak season.
Child Friendly Dining:
Forest Adventure Supplies: A selection of soft drinks, chips and chocolates are available.
Picnic: Pack your own picnic and enjoy the surrounds of the forest and some of the 300-400 year old trees.
- Opening Hours: Thursday to Monday during school term, and 7 days a week during WA school holidays.
- Family Zone: Picnic areas and playground is available for younger children and families.
- Car Parking: Ample parking on site.
- What to wear: Enclosed shoes are essential and we recommend that you dress comfortably in clothing suitable for outdoor activities and the weather. Long pants and long sleeve shirts, although not essential, can reduce the risk of being bitten by insects (the forest is home to insects like flies and mosquitoes). No loose clothing or shirts wrapped around the waist.Long hair must be tied back and jewellery that could get caught in a rope should be avoided.We are open rain or shine so it is always a good idea to come prepared for the weather. Guests can be refused access if they do not wear appropriate clothing.
Guidelines, Cancellation, Terms
Participants must be minimum 7 years of age and 110 cm tall. Maximum weight for participants is 120 kg.
If you have climbers that are aged 16 years or younger in your group, please read the supervision requirements below to ensure you have adequate supervision when you visit the park. Climbers under 16 years old must always be directly supervised by an adult (17 years+).
Climbers 7 and 8 years old – 1 climbing adult for every 2 children (adult participation required).
Climbers 9 to 16 years – 1 adult (participation not required) for every 6 children.
Supervising adults must be 17 years and over.