That’s right, the next TreeClimb iteration is about to land so get ready to limber up because it’s longer, faster and higher!
Costing over $1.3 million dollars the exciting new tree-based zip-line and high ropes adventure course at TreeClimb Kuitpo Forest is set to open just in time for the summer holidays.
Only 45 mins drive from Adelaide, TreeClimb Kuitpo Forest sits within 15 “aerial” acres within ForestrySA’s popular Kuitpo Forest, adjacent to Chookarloo campground and picnic area on Brookman Road. As with the Adelaide site, the project will allow full access for public use with all elements designed to be removable and to blend into the natural environment.
The Nature Based Experience Company, (the team behind TreeClimb) have added new features unique to TreeClimb Kuitpo Forest that will take adventure seekers and climbers—big and small—to new heights.
The new design includes:
- Multi-level challenge courses
- Extended zip-line loops overlaying part of the Heysen Trail
- A suspended aerial nets course – a first for SA
Inclusivity has been top of mind at TreeClimb, with the team working to make the Kuitpo venue more inclusive and accessible, catering for people with disabilities so they too can enjoy the treetops with their families and carers.
The development also includes an environmental education room, check-in area, safety and harnessing space, together with a small café for refreshments, toilet facilities and a nature play zone.