Canyon Flyer

Mt Tamborine

Canyon Flyer is one of Australia’s largest guided zipline tours - an awesome extreme adventure attraction like no other that is right on Brisbane’s doorstep.

Part of Tree Top Challenge, the Gold Coast’s premier nature adventure park, this unique adrenaline-packed experience sees adventurers fly back and forth across Cedar Creek canyon multiple times, at speeds of up to 70km an hour.

Canyon Flyer

Seven mega ziplines more than 60m above the ground have been set up to carry both adults and children of all fitness levels* on the ride of their life.

Canyon Flyer

Need to know - Unlike the other circuits at the adventure park, there are no hard elements to conquer first, with participants escorted from reception to the start of the flyer by 4WD and back again. Each adventure takes 2.5-3 hours, with a maximum of 10 adventurers accompanied by 2 guides on each one.

*Tree Top Challenge's Canyon Flyer has a basic health requirements checklist - see their FAQ page.

Canyon Flyer Zipline Tour

Tree Top Challenge

Tamborine Mountain Rd

Cnr Cedar Creek Rd

Mt Tamborine

1800 881 446

Map

Tamborine Mountain Rd cnr Cedar Creek Rd Mt Tamborine

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