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MOTHER’S DAY SPECIAL

We know that mum spends most of her time making sure her crew is having a good time, but this weekend it’s her turn!

MUM FLYS FREE WITH EVERY CHILD TICKET PURCHASED!

If you need plans for the 11th and 12th of May, you can book an adventure with mum at Hollybank Wilderness Adventures! Use the promocodes to book online for the ultimate day out with mum!

Zipline Adventures – MUMSTHEWORD1
Segway Adventures – MUMSTHEWORD2
Tree Ropes Adventures – MUMSTHEWORD3

*Only valid for pre-bookings. Mum is free when a child ticket of 8yrs+ is booked. Maximum one mum per booking and must be participating in the same session. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer including combo adventures.

FAQs

What to wear

Enclosed and flat soled footwear such as sport or hiking shoes are required – no slip-ons. And comfortable and weather appropriate clothing for outdoor activity – no skirts or dresses. In the cooler months and winter, do dress warmly. If it is wet, remember to bring your wet weather gear.

All jewellery that can be removed, must be removed, as we don’t carry any liability for items lost on the tour. But you can wear your glasses or sunglasses for your enjoyment.

Who is it suitable for

Family fun for all ages starting at 3 years. There must be one parent, or adult guardian, accompanying children 3-13. The maximum weight is 135kg. Participants under 35kg will be required to fly tandem with accompanying adult.

For the twilight zipline, participants must be at least 12 years old and weigh 40kg or more. The minimum group size is 2 persons.

Individuals who suffer from any heart condition; visual impairment (excludes prescriptive eyewear); hearing impairment; vertigo, fear of heights, dizziness; pregnancy; respiratory condition; disability; should seek advice from their medical professional. We reserve the right to decline your participation in the tour if we believe you wouldn’t be able to complete the adventure safely.

Is it safe

Our zipline system is built in compliance with Australian engineering standards, designed to use gravity as a natural braking system where inclines at the end of each line slow participants down.

Each day, inspections are conducted by trained guides who fly on all lines to verify the safety of the cables. A more vigorous inspection by the equipment and construction manager takes place quarterly, while an independent arborist and structural engineer provides an annual report on park safety.

Before each tour, our guides will custom fit you into your equipment and brief you on how to keep yourself safe. And only the guide can transfer you from one line to the next. So once attached to the safety cable, you won’t be able to remove yourself from it.

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