Wild Ropes at Taronga Zoo is among Sydney’s most popular outdoor attractions; particularly for nature and adventure lovers. The thrill of the sky adventure course offers more than unforgettable moments; it is also a creative way of exploring Sydney’s wild-side. Think of this as the ultimate aerial challenge near the city.
At the zoo, enthusiasts can take on obstacles, whizz through the trees and even climb bridges, all the while enjoying panoramic views of the spectacular harbour.
Wild Ropes at Taronga Zoo High Ropes & Obstacle Course, Sydney
There are four courses and more than 60 challenges to choose from. These are divided into two: two level and two high-level courses. The courses are then spread to different packages to cater for different preferences.
Typically, the Adventure package allows you to enjoy each of the low level and high-level courses. This works perfectly well for first-time visitors.
The Ultimate Challenge package, on the other hand, grants access to two low level and high-level courses for the adventure of a lifetime. This package is well suited for adrenaline junkies who are not afraid to take on a challenge. It is important to note that the low course must be completed before taking on the high course. Extra courses may be purchased after that.
As mentioned above, the challenges are designed to push your physical and mental strength to the limits. Some of these activities include bridges, rock climbing walls, a hoverboard and even a flying fox.
Kids are not left behind as there are tailor-made packages purposely designed for young ones. These packages are divided as follows: the Koala course and the possum course. This is a one-hour session for kids aged more than three years.
Safety equipment is provided and it is mandatory for participants to take part in a safety briefing before embarking on the course. Since the adventure requires moderate fitness, it is essential to have a certain level of agility and mobility.
Visit Wild Ropes at Taronga Zoo between 9:30am and 3:00pm all year round except on Christmas Day and select days due to events. The facility is accessible using Bradleys Head Road in Mosman.