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About TreeTops Central Coast
TreeTops Central Coast aims to maximise the potential for excitement in a natural setting whilst having minimum impact on the environment. Each park offers a unique combination of adventurous fun for all age groups. Climb, zip-line, bounce & swing through the tree tops! There are 4 amazing attractions including TreeTop Adventure park - 115 challenges including 20 flying foxes! Crazy Rider ramps up the Wow factor as you swoop, twist and zig-zag through the trees. Both zip lines are fully accessible for wheelchairs. . NetWorld is a vast network of interconnected bouncy spaces for all ages; experience a whole new sense of gravity as you bounce while enjoy a fun games Vertical Challenges, anyone over five can enjoy climbing through various challenges from the ground up with a fun zig zag ladder & challenging climbing walls. This is a magnificent way to hang out in the tree tops come rain or shine! Our other parks at in Western Sydney, Sydney The Hills, Coffs Harbour and Newcastle NSW.
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Here's J wrote a review Sep. 2020
Gosford, Australia2 contributions
Did Green and Blue courses. We were all tired out after the Blue. Challenging and fun in equal measure.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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TheDoor_isopen wrote a review Jan. 2020
Tuggeranong, Australia2,768 contributions1,372 helpful votes
We took our 5-year-old granddaughter not once, but twice to Tree Tops. She went on two courses - the TreeTop Adventure Park, then Networld. Both these are suitable for 3-8 year olds. The kids must wear socks and sneakers. At Networld, so must the adults. Yes, it's a bit pricey but when you think of the staff, training and maintenance required for these activities, you will understand why. We thought it was a great activity - so much fun and confidence-building and so uch better than sitting on screens or watching TV. They could do with a kiosk that serves coffee for the accompanying adults but apart from that, it's great.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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TkT wrote a review Jan. 2020
8 contributions3 helpful votes
If you are an extreme zipliner, this "extreme" rollercoaster zipline will be a big letdown. Oh, it does give a bit of a thrill, but for the $60 price tag, you get ONE and only ONE trip down the course. If they offered a second trip down, I would have considered giving this "adventure" a higher review. I would have thought they would have included something else, a mini water bottle, some hand sanitizer or even 10 minutes up in the treetop climbing trampolines or something? After you arrive, check in, use the grungy porta-loo, you get a short lesson on some safety features, outfitted with a harness and helmet and then you get instructions on how to carry your own zipline pulley up the hill through the forest to the top of the course. The hill is fairly gradual, except for the last bit, but its not too bad, at least there is something that can get your heart pumping! Only one rider is permitted down at a time and the staff communicates via walkie talkies, similar to some water slide parks. (Aside: I think I've been on more extreme water slides). Your pulley apparatus is slid onto the metal bar and you are harnessed up to it. The employee tells you that to go faster, you lean back and stick your feet out straight. I tried this method and I think I would have preferred sitting up straight to have an even more leisurely pace and to make the experience last a few seconds longer. When you get to the bottom, in what they say is about 4 minutes, but actually feels like about 2, the staff quickly removes your harness and helmet so you aren't confused with someone who hasn't come down it yet. Never once were we informed that we only paid for ONE trip down, I guess that was implied when we signed up online? So, make the most of your zip through the forest. The staff was friendly enough, although after it was all over, I did feel like I was treated like a bit like a Vegas hustle. If I was an employee there, I would probably feel slightly awkward suiting up innocent naive people for this one-time so-called extreme ride experience for this price. If you are practical with your holiday cash spending, more than thrilled, you'll end up feeling a little shocked and maybe slightly violated with this "experience". They do offer other fun looking services that looked fun and interesting for families with kids aged 4 and up. With separate fees. When we pulled up, I assumed we would get to try some of those things out too, but we paid for the "extreme zipline" only. Real value ... $15-$20 at the most.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Response from treetopsaust, Guest Relations Manager at TreeTops Central Coast
Responded 6 Jan. 2020
Hi Tammy, we are sorry to hear your experience did not meet your expectations of your TreeTop Crazy Rider adventure. We regularly review our pricing and have taken your feedback into consideration. We designed, developed and constructed this experience and it is the world's longest roller coaster zipline. This innovative system represents two years of Australian research and development . There are only a few available in the world. The Crazy Rider experience offers a personalised, fully guided adventure. Participants are with an instructor at all times when on the ground and are individually fitted into harnesses by fully qualified and experienced instructors. Both zip lines have limited capacity. For safety reasons only one participant can be on each zip line at a time, with each Xtreme ride taking around 3.5-4 minutes. We are committed not only to environmental sustainability but business and community sustainability and therefore need to charge a price that covers our costs, especially wages. We hope the information above assists in explaining why it is we need to charge what we do for this experience.
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LeaS671 wrote a review Nov. 2019
Toukley, Australia94 contributions14 helpful votes
We went to Networld for my 14 year old nephew's birthday - we had never been there before so was unsure how it worked. Tips: - Follow the signs and park in the car park further up past the rope climbs. - Book online a time slot otherwise you might be waiting for a while as it is popular with large groups for birthday parties. - Wear shorts and nothing too wide legged as when you bounce around and fall over everyone on the ground can see up your shorts/ skirt/ whatever you have chosen to wear. - There are only port-a-loos so if you are not into that make sure you go do your business before you get there. - There is no shop (minimal supplies available to purchase i.e. water) so recommend packing some snacks and drinks as you will get thirsty/ hungry as you use loads of energy. - Don't wear you good white clothes, its a dusty place. You get a good briefing from someone who works there before you go up which was much needed. There are lots of different ages in the nets so if you are with younger children or those who get scared easily, keep a good eye on them. You get 2 hours in the nets from your booking time e.g. 1.30-3.30pm. You can come in and out of the nets as often as you line in that time. Have fun, its great.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Response from treetopsaust, Guest Relations Manager at TreeTops Central Coast
Responded 10 Dec. 2019
Thanks for your review LeaS671 you've covered a lot of great tips for new visitors who may not be familiar with the fact we are located in a State Forest. We are thrilled you had a great experience for your nephew's 14th birthday. We hope to welcome you out to TreeTop NetWorld again sometime or to try one of our other activities, TreeTop Adventure Park, Crazy Rider or Vertical Challenges.
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BrendanC wrote a review Nov. 2019
Werribee, Australia7 contributions3 helpful votes
Yeh treetop adventure park is a great physical challenge testing you balance and strength trying to get through the courses. The green, blue and red courses are straight forward and can be completed with minimal testing of your talents. The black run does push the limits with physical strength and serves up a great sense of accomplishment when completed. Only downside is the anticlimactic ending of the black run. Climbing down a ladder does not really do justice for the course completed besides that great experience
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Response from treetopsaust, Guest Relations Manager at TreeTops Central Coast
Responded 25 Nov. 2019
Thanks for your review, we are happy to hear you enjoyed the challenge TreeTop Adventure Park provides. We appreciate your feedback on the black course ending and will take this on board when we look to upgrade the course. We hope to see you again!
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