Spend the day hanging around the South Coast at our treetop adventure park located right inside Shoalhaven Zoo! Treetops Adventure Nowra is Australia’s First Cliff Edge adventure park along the banks of the Shoalhaven River, that will have you zipping through the air and scrambling along the rocks. It’s time to get into the nitty gritty business of climbing while you hear the lions roar in the distance.Book Now
A 2.5-hour session through the aerial challenges (including training) will have you laughing along with the kookaburras. Your adrenaline is our top priority, so our courses are designed to challenge you, no matter what level you’re at.
As we are located within the Shoalhaven Zoo. Treetops Adventure tickets do not provide entry to the Zoo.Book Now
Treetops Adventure Nowra has 7 tree rope and cliff-edge courses to choose from. Whether you’re looking to rover along the riverbanks with something easy, or clamber up the cliffs where the eagles perch 35m above the riverbank, we’ve got something for everyone.
Treetops Adventure tickets do not include entry to the Shoalhaven Zoo.
To help keep all our participants safe, it is important that we have Grown-Up supervision for each age group.
Secure your booking online by selecting ‘Book Now’. Payment is required at time of booking.
Each participant will be required to complete a digital waiver prior to arrival. You will received a confirmation booking email, and a separate waiver email. Please ensure that all participants have their waiver form completed prior to arrival.Book Now
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