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Aerial Adventure Pemberton

Aerial Adventure Pemberton

An exciting new aerial adventure course has opened within the Gloucester National Park!

Nestled among the giant Karri trees of the southern forests and valleys, Aerial Adventure Pemberton features an all-glide-line course.

Reaching up to 25 metres in the trees, visitors of the majestic Gloucester National Park can zip through the woods with unique views onto the famous 1947 Fire Lookout tree that Jack Watson conquered in 6 hours only using his boots and belt!

Kids, teenagers and adults alike can choose challenges adapted to their age and capabilities.

Those less enthusiastic about heights and adrenaline-infused activities can also enjoy the wonders of nature from the ground at the Karri Cafe while tasting local produce (opening soon).

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