Trees Adventure, Yanchep National Park

Trees Adventure is Australia’s Number 1 Tree Ropes and Ziplining Experience. A brand new Trees Adventure course has just opened within Yanchep National Park (45 minutes north of Perth), the second of its kind in WA and the seventh nationwide.

Anyone over the age of 4 can spend 2 hours of fun navigating through the Jarrah and Paperbark trees, high above the local kangaroos that call Bull Banksia Oval their home.

If you are not familiar with Yanchep National Park, the staff at the entry point will provide you with a map and point you in the right direction. An entry fee is required for Yanchep National Park and is not included in the Trees Adventure ticket.

West Coast Heli Scene

You need to arrive 30 minutes before your session. After you have checked-in, the instructors will get you geared up in a harness, gloves and helmet. Your 2 hour session includes a safety briefing and shown how to use the equipment before having a test run, as it is a self-guided experience, you need to complete the test run before you can do the real thing!

Trees Adventure, Yanchep National Park Trees Adventure, Yanchep National Park

Trees Adventure Yanchep has 7 challenging courses ranging from 2m low easy courses for your mini adventurers, all the way to 10m high for the adrenaline junkies! All children under the age of 13 need to be climbing with an adult. All courses are colour coded; Yellow 4-7 years, Green 8+, Blue 8+, Red 10+ and Black 13+.

Trees Adventure, Yanchep National Park

You get two hours to do as many of the courses as you can, we completed 3 courses during our session, some of the faster kids managed 4.

All courses begin at The Home Tree, each course is made up of wobbling wooden bridges, tight ropes, cargo nets, ziplines and more! We opted to start at a blue course, once we got the hang of clipping on and off the ropes we powered through the course! The ziplines were definitely a firm favourite!

Trees Adventure, Yanchep National Park Trees Adventure, Yanchep National Park

Next, we headed for a blue course which was equally as challenging.

Trees Adventure, Yanchep National ParkTrees Adventure, Yanchep National Park

Then we were crazy enough to try the red course 😅 the red was a huge step up from the blue and green courses! Lucky our 2 hours was over because I wasn’t game enough to try the black!

Trees Adventure, Yanchep National Park

Although you are clipping yourself on and off the ropes, you’re always locked onto a rope. Our group had a couple of falls, the kids were all able to get themselves back up and on continue on with the course. If you get really suck you can yell for help and an instructor will winch you to safety.

Trees Adventure, Yanchep National Park

Throughout the 7 courses, there are 15 ziplines and 70 challenges! Not only is Trees Adventure lots of fun, but it is also a great confidence builder for kids!

You cannot carry any lose items while climbing, there are free lockers available. There is also water and toilets.

We had a tree-ific time and will be back for sure!!!!

Trees Adventure, Yanchep National Park

Trees Adventure

Yanchep National Park, Ghost House Road

Tuesday – Friday: 10am – 5pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9am – 5pm
Public and School Holidays: Open 7 days a week, 9am – 5pm

www.treesadventure.com.au

Kids (4-7yrs) $25
Kids/Teens (8-17yrs) $38
Concessions $43
Adult $48

Spectators are FREE

Bookings are essential

There is also a Trees Adventure located in Dwellingup, click here for more information.

About Kellie Elliott

Kellie Elliott is a stay at home mum of 4 she enjoys adventuring around Perth with her children and sharing her journeys and experiences on Instagram at Perth Mum Adventures.

View All Posts
2 Comments
  1. Lorraine Swart 3 weeks ago

    My 8 year old daughter LOVED her Trees Adventure experience! So much so we’ve got to go back again, very soon, with her older brother who didn’t get to go with us. So nice to have something more to do in Yanchep National Park so you can make a full family day of it. Such a great attraction for Perth families!

  2. Annie Bell 2 weeks ago

    Seriously – under the age of 13 need a climbing adult?
    Money making exercise, this is what it is…
    We went to three Tree Adventure parks in the eastern states and it was ALWAYS fine for kids to be doing it alone, without an adult having to pay another $50 unless you really want to have a go.

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

EMAIL TO BUGGYBUDDYS

Hello, Buggybuddys isn't around right now. But you can send Buggybuddys an email and we'll get back to you, asap. Have a great day! Team Buggybuddys :-)

Sending

© Copyright 2011-2018 Buggybuddys Pty Ltd. All rights reserved      

Log in with your credentials

or    

Forgot your details?

Create Account