Fancy being a high-flyer in Pemberton?

Nestled among the giant Karri trees, Aerial Adventure Pemberton features an all-glide-line course. Photo credit: Aerial Adventure Pemberton

Pemberton’s new aerial ropes adventure course offers plenty of excitement and is already attracting hundreds of visitors. The multi-level treetop experience, including a 100m flying fox, was officially opened on Boxing Day.

Visitors to Gloucester National Park can enter free of charge for the next six months, making Aerial Adventure Pemberton more accessible for local, intrastate and international tourists.

The aerial ropes course, developed with the help of a $100,000 contribution from the Community Small Grants Fund, will also have a welcoming area and café later this year.

The CSGF is part of the WA Government’s $80 million Native Forestry Transition Plan, supporting the South West region after Western Australia became one of the first states in the nation to end commercial native logging.