Hollybank Forest's Trees Adventure creates an ultimate ropes course

Kids will be swinging from the trees at Tasmania’s first ropes adventure park, opening at Hollybank Forests, Friday March 25.

Trees Adventure is a global eco-friendly ropes course with seven different levels to choose from.

Each course is colour coded, there is yellow, green, blue, red and for the ultimate thrill seekers black. 

Platforms are built around the Pine trees to allow for continual growth and hundreds of metres of cable spans between them to create a maze of over 70 challenges. 

You hook yourself in using a lever and pulley system and move from challenge to challenge. 

The park will feature a 20 metre free fall, an 8 metre tree climb and a 70 metre zip line. 

French owners Nicolas Dansin and Marc Flaster have created hundreds of Trees Adventure courses across Europe, Australia and America. 

“We looked at the location and just thought this would be perfect to build an adventure park,” Director Dansin said. 

“I’m very excited to be here and having had the opportunity to design our first all pine tree course.”

The Trees Adventure can be combined with Hollybank’s zipline tours, segway tours and mountain bike hire.

A day of fun and activities the entire family can participate in. 

Closed toes shoes must be worn to participate in the obstacle course. 

Children must be 4-years-old and up. 


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