The Acro-twigs course is perfect for the younger kids (ideal for ages three to six years old) with various obstacles including rope bridges, while the Monkey Moves course, aimed at beginners, is suitable for slightly older children with height steadily increasing over the course and reaching a peak of up to five metres above the ground. The Swinging Tarzan course presents more of a challenge, with zip lines, rope bridges, monkey bridges and 'Tarzan jumps' or for the ultimate daredevil aerial adventure try the High Flying course.
There are strict safety procedures in place and both children and adults are very well looked after by trained professional safety staff.
After your aerial adventure grab a bite to eat at Huddle Park's Caphiine restaurant and coffee shop, indulge in catch and release fishing at the Huddle Park dam, tackle the 10.5km Huddle Park hiking trail or join in a myriad of other family-friendly activities such as putt-putt, sand art, face-painting and archery.
There is also an Acrobranch course at James and Ethel Gray Park in Melrose.
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Hidden in the forest at James and Ethel Gray Park in Melrose is the aerial wonderland of Acrobranch. The first Acrobranch park established in South Africa, there are now several other Acrobranch obstacle courses across the country, including in Pretoria,