Famous for: Ziplining, Fun Games, Entertainment, Adventure
Adrenaline Forest justifies its name by providing adventurous multi-level aerial obstacles to cross. This place is a heaven for thrill seekers.
When to visit:
january - december
10:00 - 14:00 Everyday
Get the adrenaline rush with the multi-level aerial obstacles. The aerial course is up to 20 metres high with 6 pathways of progressive difficulty and over 2kms in length. The environment here is fun and safe too.
This experience provides 7 great courses which progress you into the trees. Starting from 1m off the ground up to 20m in the canopy. Each course has a range of various challenges that build in height and difficulty as you progress. There are bridges, Nets to cross, barrels, swings and of course the most fun of all is Flying Foxes. Set in the peaceful surrounds of Spencer park, Brooklands lagoon and bottle lake forest, it is a great place to spend the day.
Can the tickets to Adrenalin Forest in Christchurh be booked in advance?
Online bookings are available on the website of Adrenalin Forest. You can also Call or email and pay on the day, no credit card require over the phone. For groups a confirmation email is necessary.
How fit you need to be to take the challenges in Adrenaline Forest Christchurch?
People with average fitness can take the challenges. It is open to you to challenge yourself as to how far you will go, whether you complete 1 pathway, 4 pathways or the whole lot.
How to get to Adrenalin Forest by public transportation?
The transit lines that pass near Adrenalin Forest Christchurch are Bus - 80, Bus - 95 and Bus - B.
Is there any dress code for Adrenalin Forest in Christchurch?
You must be dressed appropriately for physical exercise in an outdoor environment. Wear tightly fitting footwear which encloses the entire foot. Please tie your long hair back for safety
reasons. Zipped up pockets if you want to carry items on them.
Is food available inside the Adrenaline Forest in Christchurch?
Only fresh water is available in the Adrenaline Forest parks. You can bring your lunch and drinks. In Christchurch, there is a small dairy across the road (Spencer Park campsite).