Glen Harrow Park


Glen Harrow Gardens:

Come along to soar through the treetops of the Dandenongs on an array of flying foxes, tight ropes and tunnels! A 2 hour session (including training) through our obstacle course will have you laughing along with the kookaburras. From 5yrs and up, on the day you’ll get to choose from our 4 levels to do as much as you can in the trees! Remember, bookings are essential so book now for a different kind of adventure! Group bookings information can be found on the ‘Groups and Birthdays’ tab at the top of the page! Check out our Facebook page for the latest updates!
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Once Wurundjeri nation land, the estate now spans eight hectares of mostly forest alongside the Puffing Billy station in Belgrave. It features rare trees, including a magnificent 150-year-old Algerian Oak, used as the ‘Home Tree’ for the tree top adventure courses, the gigantic Sequoia that rises sixty metres above the earth and two Chinquapin – the only known Japanese oaks in Victoria.
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5 long courses / 2 short courses / 70 challenges
19 flying foxes / Longest flying fox 120m

  • Eat your weeties Green
    • 8 challenges
    • 1 flying fox (up to 4 m High)
    • From 5 years old and up
    • 1 participating adult ($25) for 2 kids (from 5 to 7 y.o)
  • Butterfly attack Green
    • 6 challenges
    • 3 flying fox (up to 12 m High)
    • From 5 years old and up
    • 1 participating adult for 2 kids (from 5 to 7 y.o)
  • Double dare blue
    • 21 challenges
    • 6 flying fox (up to 10 m High)
    • From 10 years old and up
    • 1 participating adult ($40) for 4 kids (from 10 to 12 y.o)
  • Suck it up red
    • 17 challenges
    • 3 flying fox (up to 12 m High)
    • From 10 years old and up
    • 1 participating adult ($40) for 4 kids (from 10 to 12 y.o)
  • Oh lala Black
    • Red must be completed before
    • 19 challenges
    • 6 flying fox (up to 15 m high)
    • From 13 years old and up
    • RED must be completed first
  • Want to climb a 2 hour session with us? Book Now!
Open everydayLast departure: 3 pm
Monday to Friday11 am to 5 pm
 Saturday & Sunday9 am to 5 pm
20min prior
Christmas and New Year’s Day– Closed –BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL
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Park ManagerMel
Assistant Park ManagerEmma

staff 2014-2015


Download the PDF Map for the Villages of Mt Dandenong to check out the area!


Borthwick ParkBorthwick Park, Belgrave VIC 3160No BBQ facilities, just picnic area.  Playground and next to outdoor pool (3 minute drive)
Grants Picnic Ground70 Monbulk Road, Kallista VIC 3791BBQ facilities, bird feeding, walking trails and cafe (5 minute drive)
Belgrave Lake ParkBelgrave Lake Park, Belgrave VIC 3160BBQ facilities, walking trail,  playground and large oval (5 minute drive)
Birdsland ReserveMount Morton Road, Belgrave VIC 3160BBQ facilities & walking trails (10 minute drive)
Dandenong Ranges National ParkSassafras VIC 3787BBQ facilities, walking trail, playground and kiosk (10 minute drive)
Emerald Lake ParkEmerald Lake Road, Emerald VIC 3782BBQ facilties, wading pools, tearoom, walking tracks, paddle boats, playground. $2/hr or $6 all day  parking (16 minute drive)

Restaurants & Cafe

Micawber TavernCnr Monbulk Road & Gully Crescent Belgrave VIC 3160
P: (03) 9754 8660
Well known for parmas, large group books available, beer garden.
Puffing Billy Café1674 Burwood Highway
P: (03) 9754 6115
Australian Restaurant
Chocolate SensationShop 2, 1700 Burwood Highway
P: (03) 9754 1174
Wide Variety of Fine Cakes, Breads and Food.
Earthly Pleasures Restaurant1627 Burwood Highway
P: (03) 9752 6744
Menu of fair-trade and free-range produce
Grunge Cafe1696 Burwood Highway
P: (03) 9754 1764
For a healthy breakfast or lunch
Sushi Express1688 Burwood Highway
P: (03) 9754 8283
High quality Japanese food


Puffing Billy1 Old Monbulk road (PO Box 451)
P: (03) 9757 0700
Century old steam train. Montain track from Belgrave to Gembrook

Picnic sites

National Rhododendron GardensThese extensive gardens in Olinda have 40 hectares of brilliantly coloured blooms – rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias, cherries and daffodils, with colour at all times of year. There are large areas of green lawn with amazing views over the Yarra Valley, perfect for setting up a picnic. There are no barbecues (the nearest are at the Hamer Arboretum), but there’s a cafe for the picnic-ly challenged. For more details, including how to get there, click here.
Hamer ArboretumThis spot on Woolrich Road, Olinda, named after a Victorian premier, Rupert Hamer, has gobsmacking views across the Yarra Valley. There’s a picnic shelter, free electric barbecues, miles of lawn with incredible views (did I mention the views?) as well as extensive walking trails through the forest of exotic, deciduous trees. Click here for more details including how to get there.
Grants Picnic GroundNestled in Sherbrooke Forest, Kallista, 40 kilometres east of Melbourne, this is a top spot to take visitors, especially when kids are involved, where friendly parrots and rosellas eat from your hand. There are plenty of picnic tables and free barbecues. Click here for more details including how to get there.


Kids (5-9 years)$255-7yo require adult supervisors to participate (Adult on Child Course – $25). 1 adult per up to 2 participants aged 5-7yo (1:2 ratio).8-9yo can be supervised from the ground (Adults – free entry).
Kids (10-12 years)$3510-12yo require adult supervisors to participate (Adult ticket $40). 1 participating adult per up to 4 participants aged 10-12yo (1:4 ratio). e.g. 4 x 10-12yo= 1 adult. 5 x 10-12yo = 2 adults.
Teens (13-17 years)$35No participating supervisor required. Red must be completed before Black.
Concession$40ID required
Adult$45Same ticket for supervising Adult (10-12yo)

Spectators are free of charge. Price entry gives you 2 hours on the courses including training. You can do as many tree top courses as you can during that time slot. If you do not feel like climbing on a higher level, you are welcome to climb the same or lower courses again. Prices valid till 30th of June 2016.

For more information, please check the prices page.


F.A.Q on Glen Harrow Park

Click here for General F.A.Q

Are you easy to find?

No, we are a very tricky place to find! We’re tucked away in a residential area. Google Maps is the best way to locate us. Follow the signs to Puffing Billy and Glen Harrow Gardens (brown signs). Old Monbulk Rd turns into a steep residential dirt road after the train tracks of Puffing Billy, and our car park is at the top of the dirt road. Only toilets are in the car park.

Is it free to watch?

Yes all spectators are welcome to watch free of charge. You will be able to watch participants from the ground walking on the path below. Please be weary that some of the paths are steep.

Can we bring along food or drink?

We do not sell food on site but you are welcome to bring your own. We do have a small selection of hot drinks, cold drinks and snacks. Keep your items compact and transportable! The park is a bit of a walk from the car park. Check out our ‘What to do around’ tab for a few good places to grab a bite.

Can I use my own helmet?

Unfortunately personal helmets cannot be worn with us. Only helmets supplied by Trees Adventure can be worn on the course. For adventure video cameras, please see our FAQ’s.

Do you have BBQ facilities?

Due to the risk of fire, we do not permit any BBQ to be used on site. Check out our ‘What to do around’ tab for some good places to have a BBQ.


Glen Harrow Gardens
Old Monbulk Rd,
Belgrave, 3160.
Tel: (03) 9752 5354