Get among the tree tops at Adrenalin Forest, an epic aerial obstacle course set alongside Porirua Harbour
Adrenalin Forest is the lower North Island’s only outdoor adventure park and is conveniently located in Porirua City. In the space of three hours you’ll challenge yourself both mentally and physically while soaring among giant pine trees.
It’s the perfect place to test your limits. Walk across a high-wire or suspended boardwalk up to 31m off the ground or increase the adrenaline with an exhilarating ride on a zipline or swing. Whichever challenge you tackle you can be sure you’ll get your heart racing. And you’ll be in the safest of hands with Adrenalin Forest’s world-leading equipment and instructors.
Choose the level that’s right for you
Adrenalin Forest aims to create a safe environment where all ages and fitness levels will be able to find their own limits. With over 100 different activities in the treetops, you’ll keep the whole family entertained. The Forest is structured across six levels and each trail takes approximately 45 minutes to complete.
Beginners are best to start at levels 1 and 2 with a range of easier and lower challenges. Levels 3A and 3B are a step up and include the excitement of a wrecking ball, Indiana swing, and zigzag logs. Level 4 is the longest course and will get your heart pumping with a commando flying fox, spinning logs and snowboard. At up to 26m high, level 5 is not for the faint hearted, and includes a challenging Nepalese bridge and thrilling flying foxes. Finally, level 6 is for the true adventure seekers – with a mammoth 30m high rope swing and 100m flying fox!
If you’re in need of a rest at the end of your adventure (you won’t be the only one), be sure to check out Gear Eatery and Bar just up the road. With magnificent views over Porirua Harbour it’s the perfect spot to re-fuel and unwind.
A few things to note
To participate in the fun you must be at least 1.4 metres tall. You can do as many levels as you can within your allocated three hours (but only each level once).
Bookings are recommended.