TreeClimb
Australia’s first inner-city Aerial Adventure Park, which is partially accessible
Amenities
Companion Card Accepted
Disabled Bathroom
On Site Disabled Parking
Reservation Required
Some Steps
Suitable For Events
Description

TreeClimb – Partially Accessible Experience

The crew at Treeclimb encourage everybody to give TreeClimb a go. However, for some people, access to some of the course is simply not possible. The eco hut has full wheelchair access and they have a disabled toilet on the premises. This experience is not suited to people with physical disabilities. If the person with disability is able to climb steps (with or without a support worker) then the courses may suit them. Best suited for:

People with hearing impairment.
Mental health disability
Intellectual disability.
Autism spectrum disorder (quiet days recommended)

During their quiet times, they are able to offer extra assistance from their crew members, it’s much quieter and they have a lot more flexibility in regards to session times and accessibility.  In the past, they have had people with a disability manage some of the climbs, with assistance of staff getting into the gear. TreeClimb recommends that you book outside of peak climb times, (E.G out of school holidays, public holidays and weekends.) When they are busy the venue can become quite noisy and crowded.

They highly recommend checking out some of their photos and videos, you will be able to gain a rough idea of what is and isn’t possible based upon your unique disability needs. 8 progressively challenging obstacle courses set in the tree-tops, featuring zip-lines and an exhilarating Tarzan swing.

Always contact Treeclimb prior to creating a booking, they would love to talk with you and see what they can do to assist you, for the course itself.

Grand Course:
5 progressively challenging obstacle courses set in the tree-tops, featuring zip-lines and an exhilarating Tarzan swing.
Their Grand Course consists of 52 challenges and is designed for thrill-seekers and active adventurers of all abilities. Divided into 5 different levels of difficulty, each aerial or tree-top path offers a fun and interactive set of challenges for every individual. After completing the practice course, progress to the Green, Blue, Red and then challenge yourself on the Black course.
Their newest course is 100% zip-lines moving you from one side of the park to the other. It consists of 6 zip-lines taking you under other obstacles and flying behind the Tarzan cargo net.
Kids Course:
Their 3 children’s courses have 21 tree-top activities, allowing climbers to progressively complete the Yellow course, then Blue and challenge themselves on the Orange course.
They don’t have adults climbing on the children’s course, however, we do encourage parents to follow along the base of the trees to provide support from the ground. We require parents to be on the premises for the session duration, however, kids climb independently. The team are always there to offer training and guidance.

Cancellation Policy:

TreeClimb operates a no-refund policy for all cancellations, non-attendances, late attendance, and failure to participate and breach of Conditions of Entry. Subject to any rights you may have under the Australian Consumer Law, all bookings are final.
Management does however reserve the right to make exceptions where it deems it to be an extenuating circumstance.

 

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