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Adelaide is buzzing with a brand new adventure!

Get your big girl pants on because the crew behind the hugely successful TreeClimb in the Adelaide Park Lands has brought us South Australia’s first aerial nets course and zip-line over the Heysen Trail.


With stunning views, TreeClimb Kuitpo Forest is 15 acres of aerial playground, offering a next-level experience for adventure kids and thrill-loving adults — as well as catering for some people with disabilities.

“We’ve made a concerted effort to design a far more inclusive and accessible product at Kuitpo, meaning more people with disabilities can experience elements of TreeClimb with their families and carers,” says Sam Nuzzo, Manager at Kuitpo.

With multi-level challenge courses, extended zip-line loops that cross over parts of the famous Heysen Trail, and a suspended aerial nets course, the new adventures are getting pulses pumping!


The Grand Course awaits, with 59 obstacles set across four different levels — you just need to be a minimum height of 135cm to get cracking.


Purpose built for little adventurers, say hello to the Kids’ Course, which happens to be exclusively for kids (with a minimum height of 100cm). Kids can go wild with 26 activities across two different levels.


Come one, come all — the whole gang can experience the Grand Course with a Family Experience ticket!

Like the TreeClimb you already know and love, the new development includes all the safety gear you could dream of — and, of course, highly skilled and trained staff, so you’re in good hands. It also has a nature play zone, an environmental education room, check-in area, safety and harnessing space — and yes, mums and dads, there’s coffee, with a small cafe for refreshments.

I have my kids’ birthday parties sorted for the next three years, at least. See you on the course!



Hayley Pearson

Hayley Pearson

Co-Creator and Writer for Adelady, she still gets goosebumps that she’s combined her creative passion with sharing the best of her stunning home state.

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