Imagine playing tennis in the sky, rowing a boat 20m off the ground or perhaps you feel like climbing over some South Australian wine barrels to get to the sky-high picnic table? And, for those who are up for maximum fun – you can jump from the very top to the very bottom on ParaJump – all here in Adelaide, South Australia.
The MegaAdventure Aerial Park – inspired by a British Army aerial assault training course – will open its doors in Adelaide, South Australia on Friday 27 November at West Beach. It includes a 26-metre high structure called SkyMate with 50 crossings – individual activities that consist of scramble nets, rope bridges, beams, swings, log steps, aerial surfboards, row boats and even Adelaide wine barrel steps.
The world-first mega structure aims to provide an unparalleled aerial experience to create the ultimate public ‘playground’ for all ages and has the capacity to hold an additional 70 crossings which will roll out over the coming months. Other offerings at MegaAdventure include a kiosk, bungee trampoline called MegaBounce and the SkyWalk, which allows access to the top viewing deck of the SkyMate.
MegaAdventure Group operates MegaZip Adventure Park on Sentosa Island, Singapore, which has been open for six years and welcomes more than 120, 000 guests annually. The 135-hectare Adelaide Shores beach-front precinct includes golf courses, sports fields, marina, skate park, resort and caravan park.
The aerial park is the latest in a series of adventure activities on offer in South Australia.