Tree Climb Challenge

MERIMBULA’S MOST THRILLING ECO ADVENTURE!

The Tree Climb Challenge is an adventure experience that offers something a little different.  Take your family on a challenge amongst the trees, overlooking the stunning Merimbula peninsula.  The Tree Climb Challenge will excite you, scare you, amaze you and more!

Catering to both nature lovers & thrill seekers alike, the Tree Climb Challenge has 3 courses offering more than 30 amazing challenges.

Climb amongst the trees & fly over the park at exhilarating speeds, with rope bridges, high wires and wooden obstacles along the way.

Each Tree Climb Challenge Session is 2 hours, which includes access to all courses, safety equipment and training.

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Tree Climb Challenge Pricing

Season Pass Holders – Just $20!

One Day Entry Pass Holders – Just $30!

Tree Climb Stand Only Product – Just $45!


Are you up for the Challenge?

^ Tree Climb Challenge is available as either a Stand Alone product, or an upgrade to your Entry Pass.  To be eligible for the $20 Tree Climb, you must have a Season Pass to Magic Mountain.  To be eligible for the $30 Tree Climb, you must have a One Day Entry Pass to Magic Mountain that’s valid for the day you undertake the Tree Climb.

The Tree Climb Challenge is not included in the Magic Mountain One Day Entry or Season Passes.

SAFETY INFORMATION

Age & Height Requirements - The Courses are suited to all ages 8 & over, with a minimum height requirement of 120cm (children aged 8 will have access to the yellow and blue courses only).
Children 8-12 years will require an adult to accompany them in the trees (1 adult can accompany up to 4 children).

Clothing - You are required to wear enclosed shoes, shorts or pants.

Safety - We provide all safety equipment, instructions and training on the day.

Disclaimers must be filled out prior to commencement of the Tree Climb (disclaimer must be filled out by a legal parent or guardian for any child under the age of 18 years).


Please note: This attraction operates within the operating restrictions of Magic Mountain itself. In cases of severe weather the park itself may close.