Ditch the screens and get some fresh air and fun bouncing through the suspended playground at TreeTop NetWorld.
$22 child (1 - 17)
$83.6 family (2 adults + 2 children)
Use 4 fortnightly payments of $5.50 more
That alluring excitement of climbing trees is something that you never seem to shake. Now imagine that, but times it by one thousand. TreeTop NetWorld is an obstacle course and network of play equipment that spiderwebs out through the treetops, and it’s as close as you’ll get to turning George of the Jungle-style play into a reality.
So, for two hours, ditch the screens and get some fresh air and fun bouncing through the suspended playground at TreeTop NetWorld. You can navigate your way through netted-bouncy rooms, ball pits, tree houses and bridges, all suspended five-metres high in wilderness of Australia’s Ourimbah State Forest. It’s a hands-on, self-guided adventure climbing through bushland from station to station, and it’s not just for kids. Whether you’re coming to supervise, get involved as a family, or just an adult indulging your flair for play, NetWorld is a good time at any age.
Exploring the equipment you’ll find seven interconnected ‘rooms’ and five tree houses, so there’s plenty of space for everyone to scale the trees and enjoy the heights. It’s never a bad time to get out in nature, and just play. So make the time to do it.
Ourimbah State Forest (Central Coast)