PSA: ‘Straya’s First Ever Aerial Adventure Park Looks Hectic AF

We’re 110% sure that the locals of West Beach in South Australia have been ever-so-slightly baffled by the strange structure being built on their beachfront in the past several months. But now, the secret’s out and dammit if we aren’t thinking about getting on the next flight to ADL because of it.

Seriously, you guys. LOOK. AT. THIS. GODDAMN. ADVENTURE PARK. 

Over 100 different crossings to explore. We can’t wait to see them go up and more importantly we can’t wait to start our own aerial adventure…

Posted by Mega Adventure Park – Australia on Monday, 31 August 2015


According to The Advertiser, the all-ages playground – which is worth a cool $2 million – is around 26 metres high, and includes about 120 activities including vertical climbs, free-fall jumps, suspension bridges, rope bridges, swings, beams, log steps, aerial surfboards, scramble nets, and even Adelaide wine barrel steps.
It will feature 54 ‘activity stations’, and viewing platforms on each level (and a cafe) for scaredy cats non-participating visitors.
The owner and creator, Alex Blyth, also owns the renowned Singapore zipline park ‘Megazip Adventure Park’. He says that he took inspiration from his experiences in the military for his newest venture in adrenaline: 
“We used to use similar equipment to train soldiers at height and build their confidence,” he said.

“But the problem was we didn’t use harnesses and when they fell off they damaged themselves. I always thought it would be great to have an activity that allowed people to enjoy themselves at height, build their confidence, and keep them completely safe.”
So, if you’re the kind of person who would love to have a red hot go on the set of ‘Wipeout‘, this may well be your summer jam. You best think about tackling that crippling fear of heights first, though.

Check out Mega Adventure Park’s website for more details:

via The Advertiser.

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