Visit TreeTop NetWorld for an all-ages, all-abilities activity

A tree canopy is one of nature’s gifts, and there’s no better way to experience it than to be up high and amongst it. At TreeTops Adventure Park on the NSW Central Coast, you can do just that! Big and little kids will love traversing through the treetops via several different courses (of varying degrees of difficulties), while safely attached to a harness within the beautiful Ourimbah State Forest.

The latest attraction at TreeTops is the newly opened TreeTop Networld. A giant, raised playground of bouncy nets, NetWorld took nine people an astonishing total of 2,280 hours to hand sew, and is made up of more than 3,450 square metres of nets. The playground is suspended five metres above the ground by more than 19 kilometres of rope and cables. There’s a series of different “rooms” to explore – some filled with giant inflatables and balls – including the biggest room of all, “Chaos Crossing”. Best of all, NetWorld is an all-ages and all-abilities activity that the whole family can enjoy together.

Another attraction within the park is the Vertical Challenges area, where you can attempt a series of challenging climbs up to the very top of the Treetops! And for those who love a bit of speed, there’s the popular Crazy Rider. The longest zipline rollercoaster in the world, the Crazy Rider is a mix of adrenaline rush and zen-like experience as you fly through the trees.

TreeTop Adventure Parks has five stunning, family-friendly locations across New South Wales, including the Central Coast, Newcastle, Sydney – The Hills, Western Sydney and Coffs Harbour.