Aerial Adventures adds some adrenaline to the Christmas holidays
The Christmas school holidays are about to get an extra dose of fun with the official opening of a 16-metre-high, $1.56 million ‘Aerial Adventures’ high ropes course at the Sunshine Coast Recreation Centre.
The exciting ninja-style aerial fortress features more than 45 fun, challenging obstacles including a zip line, barrel bridge crossings, hanging tunnel crawls and bicycle, all safely positioned at varying heights above the ground.
Those brave enough to go to the top will have a breathtaking experience negotiating the obstacles while the bottom section can be used by people with a disability and pre-school children.
The Coast Club school holiday programs kick off on Monday 13 December at both Sunshine Coast Recreation Centre and Gold Coast Recreation Centre, featuring a range of other exciting activities in addition to the Aerial Adventures, like archery, bodyboarding, canoeing and stand-up paddle-boarding.
Sunshine Coast Recreation Centre will also soon have a new $8.64 million multi-purpose indoor sports hall featuring two indoor courts with sprung timber floors, a new gymnasium, reception area and amenities, with construction now underway.
The works are all part of a $40 million, three-year plan to transform the Sunshine Coast Recreation Centre, Gold Coast Recreation Centre and Townsville Sport and Recreation Precinct.