Canyon Flyer Guided Zipline Tour

North Tamborine, Scenic Rim Area

The Canyon Flyer guided zipline tour is Australia’s largest, highest and fastest guided zipline tour that consists of seven Huge Zip Lines spanning 1.5 kilometres that cross Cedar Creek Gorge multiple times before dropping into the gorge and flying just above the tree top canopy below. You will experience the unbelievable thrill of being more than 60 metres high, flying down ziplines upside down and backwards while attaining speeds as fast as 70 kilometres per hour! The Canyon Flyer will have you immersed in stunning rainforest for three hours and takes a maximum of 10 adventurers per tour.

There is no experience necessary on the Canyon Flyer and it's applicable for all fitness levels. Are you ready for the adventure of a lifetime?

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Kiosk

Activities

  • Off Road Driving
Cedar Creek Falls Road
Corner of Tamborine Mountain Road
North Tamborine, Scenic Rim Area
Queensland
Australia

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Zipline Tour

The Canyon flyer is one of the most extreme adventure attractions on the Gold Coast and is Australia's largest guided zipline canopy tour of up to 10 adventurers with two awesome guides. The tour, consists of seven huge ziplines that fly over Cedar Creek Canyon multiple times. As you cross Cedar Creek Gorge you get more than 60 metres high and get up to speeds as fast as 70 kilometres per hour! The zipline tour takes about three hours and also has a great four wheel drive experience as they take you from their reception to the start of your adventure.

The Canyon Flyer is all about thrills, action, extreme adventure and getting the adrenaline pumping! Unlike their Adventure Park, there are no hard elements to go through, just insane ziplines all the way. This means its a great experience for all fitness levels and an adventure of a lifetime!

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