Children will get a birds eye view of the forest while they climb amongst the trees, navigating a series of wobbly challenges across four different courses. Much of the course is at hand-holding height and has a thrilling flying fox to finish back on the ground.
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Perfect for children aged 3-9, this treetop adventure course has a mixture of stages to navigate, comprising of beginner, easy, medium and difficult levels. You will be there to supervise your child alongside a friendly instructor, and they’ll enjoy a great experience, climbing, swinging and flying through the trees (safely at hand-holding height!).
This kiddie experience is suitable for children aged 3-9. You should expect a 2-hour session split into a 30-minute ‘gearing’ time which includes a safety training lesson, and a 90-minute climbing session. A parent or trusted guardian must be present at all times to supervise during climbing. A parent or guardian goes free of charge.
This experience will go ahead despite light rain or wind, but if poor weather conditions affect your experience’s ability to go ahead, your tour provider will be in touch directly to reschedule your booking date. This experience provider is closed on Christmas Day.
Once your experience is booked and confirmed, any changes made to your booking are at the discretion of your fencing class provider. Any changes must be made with them directly in accordance to their policy: 1 change is permitted if made at least 7 days before your scheduled experience date, subject to availability and an administration fee. Within 7 days of your scheduled date, bookings cannot be cancelled or rescheduled.
Treetops Coffs Harbour is situated at Seal Lookout in Orara East State Forest, near Coffs Harbour. To get there by car from Sydney, you should take the Wyong exit off the M1 and follow the white on brown tourist signs for Sealy Lookout. To get there by car from Newcastle, you should take the first Wyong Exit from the M1 (at Warnervale Interchange) and follow the white on brown tourist signs for Sealy Lookout.
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