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TreeTops Central Coast

Wyong Creek, Australia
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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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Suzanne G wrote a review Apr 2022
Australia157 contributions111 helpful votes
Loved the activities here. A great place for all ages. But must bring mosquito repellent! No shops, so bring snacks too.
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Date of experience: April 2022
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Richelle G wrote a review Jan 2022
Sydney, Australia18 contributions8 helpful votes
Took my 5 and 8 year old sons to TreeTops Central Coast. They had a blast and loved the changes made to the courses. We did the young kids course, even though my 8 year old is ready for the next level, so they could do it together. Had to hop on here to leave a review to say way to go to TreeTops for the level of upkeep to the courses and the improvements they have made. I also have to give a big pat on the back to the absolutely fantastic staff. Cheerful, helpful, encouraging, chatty with the kids, attentive ... I can't say enough positive adjectives about them all!
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Date of experience: January 2022
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thechinesecockney wrote a review Dec 2021
Gymea, Australia228 contributions222 helpful votes
We took the two young kids to NetWorld and had so much fun. Was much better then we expected and even though was a hot day we spent the full 2 hours there. It was a lot more of a work out then anticipated! There is about approx 6-7 different areas to play in and you can re-enter during the allotted period. They sell cold drinks only so you will need to bring your own items and toilet facilities are basic. Fill your waiver form in online before you arrive as it will save you time, but overall the whole family loved this place and was was great value for money at $88 for the 4 of us. We will definitely be back.
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Date of experience: December 2021
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Here's J wrote a review Sept 2020
Gosford, Australia4 contributions2 helpful votes
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, Australia2804 contributions1467 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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