Time Out says
Saddle up your junior Tarzans and head for the Otway Fly, where jumping off trees is (responsibly) encouraged
UPDATE 11/12/2020: The Otway Fly has now reopened Friday to Monday. Guests are encouraged to book their tickets online in advance.
Just under three hours’ drive from Melbourne, the Otway Fly sits in a pristine pocket of private rainforest where kids big and small can take wing through the trees and climb towers nearly 50 metres tall.
Intrepid arborealists older than five and taller than 125cm will love the zipline tour. Similar to your playground flying fox, the zipline allows you to whiz between treetop platforms and past trees that are hundreds of years old. Take the time to look around while on the platforms and listen to your friendly zipline guides – you’ll no doubt learn a thing or two.
Make it through to the final zipline and you’ll even get the chance to do a bit of in-flight freestyling – time for funny faces, fun poses and the chance to fly upside down (if you dare).
And while it might not be as high octane as the zipline tour, the Otway Fly's treetop walk is a meditative way to get back to nature. This isn't your usual nature walk– in fact, it's the world's tallest treetop walk, with a 600 metre long, 25 metre high trek through the trees and up to a 45 metre tall tower. This is how to see the Otway Rainforest from a magpie's perspective.
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|Opening hours:||Fri-Mon 10am-5pm|