Aerial Adventure Park

Introducing Australia’s First Aerial Adventure Park!

We all know that kids love parks, and we’re so lucky to have a huge selection of awesome parks all over Australia for our little ones to enjoy. Yet South Australia’s upcoming MegaAdventure Park is taking the humble kids’ playground to whole new level — literally!

MegaAdventure Park is a $2 million project that is the first of its kind in Australia. With a four-level climbing structure, a sky walk, a bungee trampoline and even a cafe, it is set to be the ultimate playground destination for kids and adults alike!

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Fun Features at MegaAdventure Park

The main feature at MegaAdventure Park is the 26-metre high SkyMate structure. Kids can explore the structure’s fifty aerial crossing, with fun obstacles and challenges including scramble nets, rope bridges, beams, swings, log steps, barrel steps and even aerial surfboards!

There is also a MegaBounce bungee trampoline, allowing for extra-high bouncing and the ability to do somersaults, flips and turns in the air! For those seeking less of an adrenalin rush and simply wanting to enjoy the stunning views of Adelaide and beyond, there is also the SkyWalk, which can be visited for just $5 admission.

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Bonus Result

As well giving participants the adventure of trying a great new challenge, the park’s creators, MegaAdventure Group, pride themselves on motivating people to better themselves and aspiring personal growth. In the aerial park, participants can explore and face challenges, push beyond their personal boundaries, and gain a sense of achievement. This makes it a great experience for kids but also a fun activity for corporate events and team building.

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Access and Assistance

People wishing to participate must be 120cm or above and weigh between 20 and 130kg, plus children under fourteen must be accompanied and supervised by an adult. Pricing will be available soon and will include single day admission as well as annual passes.

For SkyMate, all participants will be given a safety briefing and all relevant safety equipment and harnesses will be provided. Also, for anyone who feels scared or just needs a little bit of encouragement and motivation, the fully trained crew are there on hand to help!

One of the best things about the MegaAdventure Park is that it is open to people of all physical, intellectual and emotional abilities. For people with low to high support needs, there are many options to help them get the most of their experience, including adapted equipment, rigging options and experienced support staff. For those wishing to make use of such assistance, you can pre-book by contacting the General Manager Stephen, here.

MegaAdventure Park is located at 4 Hamra Avenue, West Beach, South Australia. You can visit for more information, or call 1300 MEGAOZ (1300 634 269).

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Paula Johnson

For over thirteen years, Paula has worked as an editor and writer of educational books and support materials for secondary school students, working in England, Hong Kong and Brisbane. Now a fully-fledged Australian with two Aussie kids of her own, she works part-time so she can enjoy the huge privilege of spending more time with her children, discovering new places together, making things and getting grubby … and sharing it all with our readers!! She loves the fun and creativity of writing for Kids in Australia and how it allows her to combine her two greatest passions — writing and being a mum!

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