A new park from Australian operator TreeClimb, TreeClimb Kuitpo Forest, is expected to open this December for summer in South Australia. The project cost an estimated AUD$1.3 million (roughly $890,000 USD) and will include a variety of adventure course attractions spread across 15 acres in Kuitpo Forest.
The Kuitpo Forest park is a 45-minute drive from the city of Adelaide, where TreeClimb operates another aerial adventure park. It will include a multi-level challenge course, zip lines, and a suspended aerial nets course—a first for the South Australian Forestry Corporation (a business enterprise owned by the Government of South Australia, responsible for the management of publicly owned plantation forests in South Australia such as Kuitpo Forest).
TreeClimb Kuitpo Forest has been designed with inclusivity in mind and will be accessible to adults and children with disabilities.
The site of the new park will also include an educational room, check-in area, and safety and harnessing space, as well as a small café and a nature play zone.