Nestled within the beautiful Blue Gum Regional Park, and only 1 hour 45 minutes from Sydney, Treetops Adventure Newcastle has unique tree ropes courses that pack a lot of adventure into a small area. With 90+ aerial challenges and 20 different ziplines, you can clamber along the native gum trees at your own pace.Book Now
The City of Newcastle is performing roadworks between October 2023 – April 2024 and there is a change of traffic conditions on Minmi Road between McCarthy Street and Brookfield Avenue. Please note that Google Maps is incorrect. Do not take the Bush Regen Trail.Book Now
Treetops Adventure Newcastle has 4 Junior Courses and 4 Tree Ropes Courses to choose from, each packed with thrilling aerial activities set amongst the blue gums. You might already know what challenge you’d be up for; or you can ask our experienced team on arrival.
Course heights range from 1-4m high for Junior Courses, and 5-15m high for Tree Ropes Courses.
To help keep all our participants safe, it is important that we have Adult supervision for each age group. A ticket is required for all climbing supervisors. Adults supervising from the ground only do not require a ticket. Please see our supervision requirements below.
Tree Ropes Courses have been designed for participants aged 3 years and over.
While we do not have a height requirement for participation, we recommend checking our minimum reaching height guide for each park.
Please see our minimum reaching height guide per course below.
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.
Pre-bookings are essential, especially during school & public holidays.Book Now
Monday – Friday, 10am – 5pm
Saturday & Sunday, 9am – 5pm
School & Public Holidays
Monday – Sunday, 9am – 5pm
Closed Christmas Day & New Years Day
Walking track featuring remains of coal mining infrustructure dating back to the mid 1800s
Historic local cemetery originating from the mid 1800s
Easy trails through scenic bushland, suitable for families.