Trees Adventure to open treetop zipline and tight rope course in Yanchep National Park

Trees Adventure plans to open treetop courses in Yanchep National Park. Picture: Trees Adventure/Facebook
Trees Adventure plans to open treetop courses in Yanchep National Park. Picture: Trees Adventure/Facebook

TREES Adventure plans to open its next treetop courses in Yanchep National Park next month.

Several courses of wobbling wooden bridges, tight ropes, cargo nets and ziplines are planned for people to navigate through jarrah and paperbark trees around Bull Banksia Oval.

There will be seven challenge levels for people aged four and older, ranging from a 2m, low course to a 10m high one for those seeking more of an adrenaline rush.

Instructors will gear people up in harnesses that use an interlocking safety system for two-hour sessions.

Expected to open in late November, the experience will run from 10am to 5pm on Tuesdays to Fridays and between 9am and 5pm on weekends.

A similar facility opened at Lane Poole Reserve in Dwellingup in 2016.

Visit treesadventure.com.au for more information.