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Ecotourism business bounces to new heights

Posted on 1 June 2019
Ecotourism business bounces to new heights

Tree Tops Adventure Park in the Ourimbah State Forest at Wyong has introduced a 'suspended net park' to the Australian market.

Having successfully launched its first TreeTop Net World last month, TreeTops and its parent company Ecoline are now working on plans to introduce the innovative attraction across its five other existing locations across NSW in addition to scouting for other suitable locations across the country.

The business, which began in 2008, has seen a 52% increase per annum in revenue over the last 11 years through its commitment to regularly adding new products and locations.

"The response from locals and tourists alike has been phenomenal," TreeTops General Manager Sandrine Gaymard said.

TreeTop NetWorld, at Wyong Creek includes seven themed rooms suspended more than five metres high up in the canopies and strung together by more than 19 kilometres of rope and cable attached to the forest trees.

NetWorld is the latest impressive milestone for TreeTops, which has won multiple awards across tourism and business sectors for their innovation over the last decade.

Tags: Business News June 2019

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