Grose River Park:
The Trees Adventure Grose River Park is located at the confluence of the Nepean and Grose River in Yarramundi. Yarramundi was the chief and doctor of the Richmond tribe (also known as the Buruberongal tribe) of the Darug people.
He and his father met Governor Phillip and established their family as the first aborigines to achieve significant milestones such as land grants, sanctioned mixed marriage and high levels of academic achievements.
All of the platforms are built on more than 70 Sydney Blue Gums (eucalyptus saligna), which borders both sides of the river. Going from one tree to the next you will hear the sound of the Bell Birds, watch the Sea Eagle family soar overhead while the Kookaburras laugh whilst you have fun in the trees.
10 courses, 110 challenges, The biggest park in Australia, 21 Flying foxes
|All year except public holidays|
|Wednesday to Sunday||9 to 5 pm|
|Public & school holidays|
|Monday to Sunday||9 to 5 pm|
You must arrive at 3 pm latest for our last start
When closed Monday and Tuesday possible group booking. Please call
|Park Manager||Sophie Mulliganemail@example.com|
|Asst Manager||Tim Mulliganfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Jasper, Tim, Sophie, Rohan and Anita
|$25||Check course info for supervision and access restriction|
(10-17 year), Concession
|$35||Check course info for supervision and access restriction|
|Adults||$40||Check course info for supervision and access restriction|
Price entry gives you 2 hours on the courses. You can do as many courses as you can during that time slot. If you do not feel going on a higher level, you are allowed to do the same course again during the 2 hours.
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