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Tree Surfing & Gin Flights For 2

Friday 1 September - Thursday 30 November 2023, | Time: 9am - 5pm

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Contact Name: Enchanted Adventure

Location

55 Purves Road
Arthurs Seat , 3936 Victoria

Ready for an unforgettable day out? Experience the thrills of a Tree Surfing adventure then head to Bass &; Flinders Distillery in Dromana for delightful drinks & nibbles!

Start your day with the adrenaline rush of a Tree Surfing course at Enchanted Adventure, where you can soar through the treetops on suspended bridges, balance on obstacles, and zipline through the canopy.

After your exhilarating experience, it’s time to unwind and relax with some delicious gin at the nearby Bass & Flinders Gin Distillery in Dromana – just a 15 minute drive from the park. At the distillery, you’ll be treated to a delectable gin flight each. Whilst you sip, enjoy a delightful cheese platter to complement your hand-crafted gins. To top it all off, you’ll each receive a glass of bubbly Prosecco to toast to a fantastic day out.

The ideal package to experience the thrill of a lifetime and indulge in some of the best local spirits around. An adventure you’ll never forget!

Available Fridays to Sundays

What’s Included:

– 2 x Adult Grand Tree Surfing tickets to Enchanted Adventure (w/ General Admission)

– 2 x gin flights at Bass & Flinders Distillery in Dromana

– 1 x cheese platter to share at Bass & Flinders Distillery

– 1 x glass of Prosecco each at Bass & Flinders Distillery

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