Lane Poole Park:
The Dwellingup 100 Mountain Bike Classic will be taking place on Saturday 19th of August! Some roads may be closed during this time, so please allow extra travel time for this day.
Trees Adventure Lane Poole Park is located 100km from Perth, near Dwellingup at Lane Poole Reserve. The township of Nanga was once a thriving timber town established in 1909, but was forced to close during the First World War and then in later years, suffered from bushfire disaster. Today you may still be able to see some of the remnants.
Our treetop courses are built around the beautiful Pine and Jarrah trees of Nanga Mill Campground, with exhilarating views as you flying fox through the treetops or quickly stop to catch your breath in the middle of one of our suspended bridges! This obstacle course is the adventure you’ve been waiting for. There is even an airborne skateboard! Lane Poole Park is now open! Check us out on Facebook for the latest photos and updates.
9 challenging levels to choose from on the day!
Bookings are Essential
|All Year Round||Last Session: 3pm.|
|Tuesday to Friday||10am – 5pm|
|Saturday & Sunday||9am – 5pm|
|Public Holidays & School Holidays 7 days a week||9am – 5pm|
|Christmas and New Year’s Day||– Closed –|
|So you can enjoy your time in the trees, we only have an allocated number of climbers up at one time. We highly recommend making a booking to avoid disappointment.|
- 2 hour session.
- Mondays during the school term are available for group bookings – please call to arrange.
- Schools: Need a specific start time? Call us!
- Arrival is 30min prior.
- Directions: Turn off Pinjarra Williams Rd onto Nanga Road, continue 12km on Nanga Road and we are on your left. You don’t need to go to the Ranger’s Station.
|Assistant Park Manager||Kellyemail@example.com|
|$25||Supervision required from the ground (free entry). No adult access to Yellow Courses|
|$35||1 participating adult ($45) per up to 4 kids (8-12yrs).|
|Concessions||$40||ID Required – we accept Student ID, Healthcare Cards and Seniors Cards.|
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.
Ground Supervisors and paying adults do not have access to the Yellow Courses.
For more information, please check the price page.
Things To Do & Where to Eat
|Mandurah Visitor Centre||75 Mandurah Terrace, Mandurah WA 6210||General Information and near Town Centre. Visit their website for more options of what to do around the Peel Region (50 minute drive)|
|Dwellingup Visitor Centre||Marrinup Street, Dwellingup, WA, 6213||(15 minute drive)|
|Lane Poole Reserve||Lane Poole Reserve, Nanga Rd, Dwellingup VIC 6213||BBQ facilities, walking trails, camping, paddling related activities (10 minute drive to main entrance)|
|Forest Heritage Centre||1 Acacia St, Dwellingup, WA 6213||Tour groups, accommodation, (15 minute drive)|
|Blue Wren Cafe||53 McLarty St, Dwellingup, WA 6213||Family home style meals (15 minute drive)|
|Millhouse Restaurant and Coffee Shop||41 Mclarty St, Dwellingup, WA 6213||Family and Group Lunch and Dinner Restaurant (15 minute drive)|
|Adventure Activities||Visit Website for List of Activities|
This video of Grose River Park is what you would expect to see at Lane Poole Park!
F.A.Q on Lane Poole Park
Can we come free just to watch?
Yes all spectators can come and visit free. You will be able to watch participants from the ground and have a drink on our deck.
Can we have a coffee or food on site?
Yes! Hot drinks are now available and a small selection of kiosk snacks and cold drinks are available.
Do you have BBQ on site or can we bring our own?
Due to the risk of fire, we do not have any BBQ on site and personal ones are not permitted onsite. Check out the ‘What to do around’ tab above for a few places to go.
How do I find Lane Poole Park?
Unfortunately, not easily! Turn off Pinjarra Williams Rd onto Nanga Road, continue 12km on Nanga Road and we are on your left. You don’t need to go to the Ranger’s Station. GPS Coordinates: -32.805303, 116.095074. You can also download our printable map on the ‘Map’ tab above.