Auckland's home of high-wire adventure

Nestled in the treetops of the beautiful Woodhill Forest, only a short drive from Auckland City, there is an adventure wonderland waiting to be conquered.


5 exciting adventure options

10 courses ranging from 2m – 14m high

Over 110 high-wire activities

18 ziplines (flying foxes) totalling 900m

Suitable for ages 5+ and a range of ability levels

Up to 3 hours of thrills, laughter and adventure

Build confidence and improve balance

Only 35 minutes drive from Auckland City




 There are no minimum group size requirements, but a confirmed booking is essential to guarantee entry into the park.

Summer (October to Mid-April)
9:30am to 6:00pm
Last entry at 3:00pm

Winter (Mid-April to September)
10:00am to 5:00pm
Last entry at 2:00pm


By appointment only for groups with a minimum of 6 participants. 

PLEASE NOTE: If you have less than 6 people and would prefer to visit during the week we might be able to align your visit with another group booking so please contact us to discuss your options.

A confirmed booking is essential prior to visiting the park during the week. Avoid disappointment and contact us before you swing by the forest.

PLEASE NOTE: We are closed for Christmas on the 25th and 26th of December, as well as over the New Year on the 31st of December and 1st of January, re-opening on January 2nd.



$50pp (October-March only) 

We offer special twilight climbs with start times available between 3:30pm and 6:00pm, depending on when it gets dark. A twilight climb is perfect for team building or social club events after work, or birthday parties after school.

Twilight climbs are available Monday – Thursday and require a minimum of 10 people for a booking. The cost is $50 per person and includes an adventure option of your choice. Twilight climbs are only available on request, so please contact us to confirm a booking.



In our drinks fridge you’ll find the Phoenix and Charlie’s range as well as Karma Cola, Lemmy Lemonade and bottled water. We also have Whittaker’s chocolate bars, Gonutz corn chips and Tom&Luke snack balls.

You’ll also find great coffee at the mountain bike park next door to us however we still recommend bringing your own food and plenty of fluids out with you.

PLEASE NOTE: there are no cafes in Woodhill Forest.


We have three 3m x 3m shelters available to hire, offering your group extra protection from the sun or rain during your visit. Please contact us if you would like to reserve a shelter (photo available when booking).


We have a large picnic area at the park with picnic tables that all customers are welcome to use. However, Tree Adventures is rubbish free, so please be prepared to take any rubbish and recycling with you when you leave.


At Woodhill Forest we are restricted to the use of port-a-loos. They are emptied and cleaned twice a week and Tree Adventures staff inspect and clean the toilets throughout the day. PLEASE NOTE: we don’t have changing rooms at the park.


Gloves are not a requirement, but are available for purchase, or you are welcome to bring your own (we recommend fingerless biking gloves).



The forest adventure park concept was first conceived in France and has boomed in recent years with over 500 parks throughout France, and increasing popularity worldwide. Woodhill’s Tree Adventure Park is the brainchild of six French enthusiasts with a wealth of experience working in and building parks throughout France. They researched forests worldwide in the hunt for a new and interesting place to introduce the forest adventure concept and they finally chose the Woodhill Forest in New Zealand for its natural beauty and the adventurous nature of Kiwi culture.

Tree Adventures was the first adventure park of its kind to open in New Zealand and has been operating since December 2004.


Tree Adventures is an environmentally friendly park built with the long-term health of the forest in mind. A professional arborist carefully selected the trees on which to build, and ongoing assessments monitor their structural integrity and health. Our structures are designed to avoid damaging the trees and allow them to continue growing naturally.

Tree Adventures staff monitor the courses daily and perform thorough checks on a regular basis. A specialist independent company also performs an annual course audit to ensure safety.