Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk
Illawarra is located in New South Wales and is close to some exceptionally attractive cities of Australia including Wollongong, Sydney, Kiama, and others.
The activity brings you closer to nature. For instance, you get to see sunrise, sunset, rainforest, canopy, and the Pacific Ocean too. Tour guides, facilities for disabled, as well as restaurants and café on the Treetop are also available for visitors.
Phone: 1800 028 568 or 02 4991 1955
Address: 182 Knights Hill Road, Knights Hill NSW 2577
Nan Tien Temple
The name of the temple has been adopted from Chinese language which literally means ‘Paradise of the South’, referring to the state of New South Wales of Australia. Nan Tien Temple is a Buddhist temple located at Berkeley Road, NSW, and is unique in its design and the experience it offers.
This temple blends together the eastern and western cultures. It means that they attempt to bring modern and traditional concepts together to adapt to local communities of the region.
For this purpose, different events and ceremonies are arranged at the temple. Nan Tien Temple also offers meditation classes for its visitors.
Address: 180 Berkeley Road, Berkeley NSW 2506
Phone: 02 4272 0600
Symbio Wildlife Park
Symbio Wildlife Park is ideal for those of you who love the thrill of being closer to wildlife but cannot arrange actual trips to forests loaded with wild animals. It might be because you don’t have companions for the trip or lack resources to get there.
Not to worry, now you can experience the same excitement, adventure, and stimulation in the middle of the city of Helensburgh, Australia. The park/zoo was established back in 1975 and was particularly small at that time. However, today it forms one of the biggest tourist attractions in the city.
The best thing about Symbio Wildlife Park is that you can touch, feel, and actually cuddle wild animals as long as they are not expected to behave wildly.
Address: 7-11 Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Helensburgh NSW 2508
Phone: 02 4294 1244
Skydive the Beach Sydney
Nothing can be more thrilling and breathtaking than free-falling from a height of 15,000 feet and landing down at a beach! Yes, we are talking about Skydiving. You too can experience Sydney’s highest altitude by subscribing to this adventure.
Jumping from above the Sydney beach and landing down to Wollongong beach within 65 seconds sounds insane, but that’s what adventure seekers live for. You free-fall from the sky at a speed of more than 200km/hr, and the adrenaline rush you feel is indescribable.
Skydive the Beach Sydney has expert trainers, excellent supervision, and is a safe yet thrilling experience.
Our drop zone is situated in Stuart Park, Corner of George Hanley Drive and Cliff Road, North Wollongong NSW 2500.
Address: George Hanley Drive and Cliff Road, North Wollongong NSW 2500.
Phone: 1300 663 634
Jamberoo Action Park
Adventure seekers can never get bored in Wollongong as the city offers loads of options to experience thrill and sensation all day long. One such highly stimulating venue is Jamberoo Action Park. It’s an adventure park that caters to youngsters and families.
There are exciting rides for kids and young adults alike. Every single ride is designed to be thematic and secure. Besides the rides, the park offers all kinds of entertainment and adventure opportunities in a safe and controlled environment.
Groups, families, and schools arrange visits to the park and get discounts. You can also hire huts and shelters and have a blast here because Jamberoo is open for birthday celebrations too.
Address: 1215 Jamberoo Road, Jamberoo NSW 2533
Phone: 02 4236 0114