How much fun is tree climbing? Kids love it and here’s a great place for them to give it a go!
They loved their morning on the three children’s courses at TreeTop Adventure Park at Plough and Harrow Park in Western Sydney Parklands.
I was frothing at the mouth to have a go on the adult courses. My teens would love the courses for juniors aged 10 – 15 years too. Next time!
For the twins, first up was a safety briefing and the careful fitting of helmets.
Then, the children can climb and fly around the three kids’ courses for two hours.
There’s always an instructor around to keep an eye on the children and make sure they follow the basic rules. Only one child is allowed on each challenge or flying fox at a time. The instructor also can assist when kids occasionally get stuck.
There are three courses yellow, orange and purple.
We visited on a windy cool day but even in hot weather the trees would provide some shade.
My twins are six and very physical and confident, they absolutely loved this adventure.
The highest part of the course is a platform about four or five metres off the ground. They didn’t bat an eyelid.
Lots of the challenges really are challenging especially the net and the very wobbly walkways.
If you’re thinking of going, do try to book ahead as only 30 children are allowed on at a time.
Just down the hill from Tree Tops is the excellent Plough and Harrow playground, the kids ran and whirled off the last of their energy there.
And there was NO BICKERING in the car going home, a miracle! They were far too tired. I love days like that. The journey there had been quite a trial!
Check out some more photos of TreeTop Adventure Park here.
And here’s a one minute video I made. Enjoy!
(Is the music too loud?? Sorry about the wind noises.)
Thank you Tree Top Adventure Park for hosting these two satisfied customers.
Can you recommend another adventure for me to try with the twins?
They need wearing out on a daily basis!
Find a list of all the indoor rock climbing and bouldering gyms in Sydney on this post, or click the image below! There’s a map showing you exactly where all of the climbing gyms are in Sydney.
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