Three new zip lines have been installed at Forest Adventures South West along with a new training course to test climbers at the high ropes park in Tuart Forest.
Forest Adventures South West owner Charlotte Brown said zip lines were people’s favourite activity at the park so it made sense for them to add another three zip lines to the 13 existing ones.
“We now have more than 1.7 kilometres of lines zipping through the amazing Tuart Forest, but it is not the only thing we offer,” she said.
The park now has 77 activities in the trees which involve climbing, balancing on one wire, asparagus logs, loop ropes, stirrup climbs and sea-saw logs.
Ms Brown said adding a third training course would allow climbers to demonstrate and show their understanding of the park’s systems in a safe environment and would also increase people’s time in the trees.
“We are also thrilled to prepare a new activity in time for the Christmas holidays which we will tell you about soon,” she said.