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Trees Adventure

Glen Harrow Gardens, Old Monbulk Rd, Belgrave, Victoria 3160, Australia
+61 3 9752 5354
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Great afternoon activity

Our 17 & 12 year old enjoyed this so much they wanted to come back the next day.. (Unfortunately... read more

Reviewed 13 May 2017
megday4
via mobile
EPIC!!

Trees adventure! is amazing! gotta try it, some easy high ropes, so kids as young as 6-8 years can... read more

Reviewed 8 April 2017
Henry M
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Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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Glen Harrow Gardens, Old Monbulk Rd, Belgrave, Victoria 3160, Australia
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+61 3 9752 5354
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Reviewed 13 May 2017 via mobile

Our 17 & 12 year old enjoyed this so much they wanted to come back the next day.. (Unfortunately they were already booked out) Our girls were given great instructions & a hands on lesson, then they were on their way.. Only stopping to remove...More

Thank megday4
Reviewed 8 April 2017

Trees adventure! is amazing! gotta try it, some easy high ropes, so kids as young as 6-8 years can try small low too ground courses and adults can enjoy courses of various difficulty, thanks too Lachi for showing everyone in our group safety with the...More

Thank Henry M
Reviewed 11 March 2017

I came last Monday with all the teams of Roule Galette. We had a wonderfull time. I went before but all seems to be news. The staff was very nice and helpful, We will come back again for sure.

Thank Michel D
Reviewed 3 March 2017

If I am to be honest, this venue was not worth the time, money and attention we have given it. Many of the steps and hand-holds were lose or missing. Hitting a tree branch during a "flying fox" spun me around which made me miss...More

1  Thank Dave H
Nicolas D, Manager at Trees Adventure, responded to this reviewResponded 15 March 2017

Hi Dave, Thank you for expressing your concerns. I apologise you felt your experience was not as it should have been. There are a few activities intentionally designed to give participants that adventurous feeling by creating perceived risk as opposed to actual risk. The larger...More

Reviewed 15 February 2017 via mobile

We had a ball - adventure fun for everyone, was the most thrilling thing I've done in quite a while. Don't forget to grab a coffee and cake in the tea house mmmmmm yum

Thank Leigh M
Reviewed 11 February 2017

I went here for my son's 12th birthday. We had four boys all swinging around in the trees! The staff were young and very professional and 'cool'. They were friendly, helpful and accommodating. I would highly recommend Tree's Adventure, the boys had an awesome time....More

Thank Jeannine O
Reviewed 11 February 2017

The sunroof is open and all four windows are down allowing the sun to kiss my skin and excite me as this is finally a hot summer day one in a string of hot summer days actually, and I am lucky to be on holidays...More

1  Thank BekkaJadeOfficial
Reviewed 1 February 2017

Took my 20+ children and overseas (UK) visitor. The UK visitor had a fear of heights and so we were going to start him off on the blue course (easy), but the queue was longest there and so we put him on the red (medium...More

Thank Jan B
Reviewed 28 January 2017

I took my 12yo niece and together we did both green courses and the long blue course twice. We had a fantastic time. Whilst the courses were pretty easy for me (I have previously done the hardest course), you can make it more challenging by...More

Thank Loki_crazycat
Reviewed 15 January 2017 via mobile

We really enjoyed this place. We did the red (medium-hard) then long black (hardest) then blue (medium-easier) as there was still some time left. The black was pretty challenging as you need lots of upper body strength at the beginning. The zip lines were very...More

Thank Ros_Mel2014
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Melbourneyes
Why do they such an extensive waiver form that say the will take no responsibility if you get hurt but you will take responsibility for another person after they train you and you will be held liable? Do not understand how anybody in his write mind could sign this.
18 October 2015|
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Response from Brett S | Reviewed this property |
Like every risky sport you need to accept responsibility for your actions. If you clown around and get hurt, that is your problem, not the event provider's. Be it repelling through the trees, skydivings, diving you need to... More
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Rachel N
Hi, does any one have any advice about how to accommodate an adventurous 11 year old and a 6 year old and one parent. Will the 11 year old find the green course too easy? Rachel
13 September 2015|
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Response from PriyanEdirisinghe | Reviewed this property |
Yes the 11 year old may , however that said it's still pretty adventurous/fun . Had the same problem and was constrained from doing the more advanced courses . However there is no way around it as there is no child care... More
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GerryHend
hi! I was wondering; do you need to be sporty/ physicly very fit to do this? or could the lazier adventurer do this too? I'd love to go and do this, but am a bit scared to have to quit halve way
15 March 2015|
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Response from RaydarVictoria | Reviewed this property |
Hi GerryHend You do not need to be sporty or very fit. It will help if you are at least a little active as the course will test out your strength, agility and stamina. You will use muscles (particularly your arms) that you... More
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