ODS was excited to attend last month’s launch of NetWorld, an exciting new aerial play zone in the well-known adventure park TreeTops, which offers visitors the change to bounce, play and climb through a network of nets suspended high in the tree canopy.
Image via TreeTops
An exciting playspace that caters to people of all ages and abilities, Treetops adventure park offers a range of thilling activities from a sky-high vantage point. Adventures include an elevated ropes course, vertical climbing challenges, a thrilling flying fox, and now the brand new NetWorld.
Located in Ourimba State Forest on Sydney's Central Coast, NetWorld is a dynamic fusion of play, adventures and discovery, as visitors make their way through a labyrinth of net-trampolines, ballpits and walkways, suspended five metres above the ground. TreeTops aims to bring excitement and thrill back into outdoor adventures with their latest offering.
With seven unique "rooms” and five treehouses, NetWorld is a sustainable adventure where kids and adults alike are able to embrace nature and engage in physical activity. Each treehouse has a different theme, which include infographs and interactive educational activities, and encourage visitors to discover the forest’s flora and fauna from a unique perspective, without massively impacting the environment.
The treehouse themes comprise:
- Moving space
- Sustainable living
- The purpose of trees
- What lives among the trees?
- Looking for life in the branches
Though popular in Europe, ariel skyparks like NetWorld are not yet common in Australia. “NetWorld is a great new attraction that will help encourage Australians to get off the net and into the nets,” said TreeTops general manager, Sandrine Gaymard.
“Its beauty is that it disguises physical activity as something fun, exhilarating and never seen before. The elasticity and energy that the nets provide means that several muscles throughout the body are activated, forcing visitors to defy gravity, push their limits and reach new strengths in ways they could never imagine," she adds.
“NetWorld is jam-packed with adrenaline, and the freeing sensation of flying as you bounce in the nets is what will ultimately drive young Australians to get active again.”
Visit www.treetops.com.au to find out more.