The Gold Coast of Queensland offers adventure seekers adrenalin pumping thrills with Two Treetop Challenges that are the first Adventure Theme Parks in Australia that opened in April 2007. The one Treetop Challenge is at Mount Tamborine and the other one found inside the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. At each of them you go on an unforgettable adventure that sets your heart racing overtime. The Treetop Challenges are exciting and fun to go on for those people who like a challenge.
Treetop Challenges at Mount Tamborine
- 11 huge ziplines
- 100 Tree Top Challenges
- Full day of entertainment
- Rope and Wire Challenges
- Amazing outdoor activities
At Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
- 11 Ziplines(flying foxes)
- 110 Challenges
- Skyfall Jump
- Half a day climbing
- 6 enormous courses
- 2 huge Tarzan Swings
- Great Party location
Pricing for the Treetop Challenge
Child17 and under $39.00
Must be able to reach over 160 cm.
Concession, cards need to be provided $44.00
Group price for 10+ people $37.00
must be paid in one lump sum
You will need about three and a half hours to complete all the courses. The entrance fee covers equipment hire and access to the courses for the duration of your visit.
10am from Monday through Friday. Session Times are 10am and 1.30pm except at the periods of school holidays.
9.30am on Saturdays, Sundays, Public Holidays and on school holidays.
Closed on 25, 26, December and open only at 1.30 pm on ANZAC Day.
The last entry for the entire course is at 3pm due to closing time at 5pm.
At Mount Tamborine, there are one hundred Tree Top Challenges over six courses. These challenges are combinations of rope and wire spread through nine acres of natural bushland. In the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary are eighty Tree Top Challenges with twelve large ziplines that include an enormous shock course of flying foxes over crocodiles. Whew! It may be exciting but it definitely is not for the fainthearted. However, it is absolutely safe as it is supervised and your harness is very sturdy.
Enjoy hanging in the trees and climbing up rope ladders. Balance on Suspension bridges and jump up to the huge ziplines (flying foxes), of which there are many that span over 120 metres. Feel the pumping of your heart as you zip line over crocodiles, but it is a high and safe adventure to undertake and one that you will remember for a very long time.
On the five large courses at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary you skim high tree tops as you traverse through the lush bushland, keeping a look out for Tasmanian Devils and hearing the Dingo’s howl while you pass their enclosures.