The team at TreeClimb are set to open a brand new Course in Salisbury! Northern residents and visitors alike will be able to enjoy the high ropes challenges, ziplines and adventure courses in Harry Bowley Park, Salisbury Park. With an expected opening date of December 2024, this new TreeClimb location will be a fantastic addition to the TreeClimb Kuitpo Forest and TreeClimb Adelaide City courses.

You’ll be able to expect the same fantastic Grand Course and Kids Course, as well as some new obstacles, ziplines and challenges.

We will keep you posted on all the info – keep an eye on our website and socials!

Harry Bowley Reserve
Riverside Drive, Salisbury Park
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