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TreeTop Challenge

Multiple Locations

At the TreeTop Challenge you will have the ultimate adventure experience as you undertake over 100 TreeTop challenges spread over six massive courses, spanning through 10 acres of unspoilt natural bushland combining rope and wire challenges.

You will hang about in the trees, balance on the suspended bridges, tackle our massive Tarzan swings and jump on 10 amazing ziplines with some spanning over 130 metres - it's great fun, extremely safe and appeals to the daredevil in everyone!

At the TreeTop Challenge they have no time limit for your adventure! You are welcome to spend as much or as little time with them, where you can easily spend half a day in the trees and the rest enjoying refreshments on their deck overlooking amazing rainforest.

All safety equipment is supplied and participants are fully instructed on its usage before beginning. Qualified supervisors guide adventurers to ensure a fun adventure filled day. All you need to bring are closed in shoes and a daredevil attitude!

They are open seven days and cater for everyone from the age of seven and up.

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Kiosk

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Camping
  • Hiking/Trekking

Our Tours

TreeTop Challenge

The TreeTop Challenge has two adventure locations on the Gold Coast and is located at Mount Tamborine and inside Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. Both Adventure locations are absolutely unique and unforgettable.

Located at Mount Tamborine, there are over 100 adrenaline pumping TreeTop Challenges spread over six courses, spanning through nine acres of unspoilt natural bushland combining rope and wire challenges.

Inside Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary there are 80 amazing TreeTop Challenges with 12 huge ziplines including the huge croc shock course where you literally take a series of flying foxes over crocodiles! It's not for the faint of heart, it's great fun, it's exciting and, with their expert supervisors and sturdy harnesses, it's also completely safe.

Both locations are self paced tours, meaning it's all about you, your family and friends and a whole lot of adventure! You can spend the entire day with them or as little time as you want. They recommend at least twp hours but many people spend half a day traversing through the trees and the rest enjoying refreshments from their deck overlooking amazing rainforest

They're famous for adventure, are you ready for the TreeTop Challenge?

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