Forest Adventures South West
Forest Adventures South West offers adrenaline and fun-filled courses and flying foxes among the majestic trees of the legendary Tuart forest in the beautiful south west of Western Australia.
Having combined world-class European standards for safety and design with the South West’s supreme environment, we are proud to present Forest Adventures South West as one of the best of its kind with many unique activities in Australia.
Located on more than 8 acres, Forest Adventures offers 77 activities set high among the trees catering for all skills, fitness and daring levels.
- More than 500 meters of flying foxes
- Uni-cycle up high, Tarzan ropes
- 13-meter base jump
- BMX on a wire
- Spider webs
Choose your challenge!
Xscape at the Cape
Xscape at the Cape is the South West’s Premier Family Fun Park located just north of Dunsborough.
Xscape at the Cape has a variety of fun attractions including the South West’s Ultimate Water Playground - Get Wet H20 - featuring the Cliff Drop Waterslide, Amaze ‘N’ Lazer Tag, Jump ‘N’ Tramps, the Mine Shaft Maze, Wacky Putt Golf, Jungle Mountain Rope Climb and much much more.
Welcome to Yallingup Maze, the only timber maze in the Margaret River region. We have outdoor mazes, nature play areas, a bouncy castle, an indoor puzzle café where you can play with puzzles for free all day and heaps of other fascinating things to do. All in one place. Yallingup Maze is the perfect place where everyone can have fun.
Come and explore, expand your mind, exercise your body and be truly in the moment. Immerse yourself in a time of thinking and reason.
Busselton Jetty & Underwater Observatory
The Busselton Jetty is home to one of only five underwater observatories in the world!
Ride the new electric Jetty Train 1.7km out to sea, with 360-degree views across Geographe Bay, and take a tour through the Underwater Observatory at the end of the Jetty. Our experienced guides lead you through the natural wonders that lie beneath the Jetty where its piles create Australia’s greatest artificial reef, host to an awe-inspiring “forest” of vividly-coloured tropical and sub-tropical corals, sponges, fish and invertebrates.
Descend 8 metres beneath the water’s surface to view more than 300 individual marine species in their natural habitat through eleven viewing windows at various levels within a 9.5-metre diameter observation chamber.
Access to the Underwater Observatory is only possible via a tour which includes a complimentary return Jetty Train ride, a 40 minute guided tour of the Observatory with an experienced guide and a Jetty Day Pass.