AUSTRALIA’S recently opened first aerial adventure park is set to dazzle thrill seekers of all ages in Adelaide. The MegaAdventure Aerial Park – inspired by a British Army aerial assault training course is at West Beach in the Adelaide Shores precinct.
It includes a 26-metre high structure called SkyMate with 50 crossings – individual activities that consist of scramble nets, rope bridges, beams, swings, log steps, aerial surfboards, row boats and even Adelaide wine barrel steps.
MegaAdventure managing director Alex Blyth said it was the first structure of its kind to launch in Australia.
“The idea for MegaAdventure Group developed whilst I was working in the British Army as an instructor using aerial assault courses to train recruits - I thought it would be great fun to give people the same kind of dynamic challenge, in a totally safe and accessible environment,” Blyth said.
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The world-first mega structure aims to provide an unparallelled aerial experience to create the ultimate public “playground” for all ages and has the capacity to hold an additional 70 crossings which will roll out over the coming months