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Fun outdoor activities in the heart of Johannesburg
The first ever Acrobranch in South Africa is situated in the picturesque James and Ethel Gray Park in Melrose, within walking distance from the Melrose Arch Mall. Perfectly suited for a picnic or a good old South African braai, there is something for everybody. Acrobranch is an exciting aerial adventure where zip lines, Tarzan swings, nets, bridges and other fun obstacles take children and adults from tree to tree. Come discover an original outdoor activity which tests your balance, strength and focus.
Acrobranch Adventure Courses in Johannesburg
There are several courses to meet different levels of ability and age groups. Whether you are looking for a family outing or an adrenaline rush, Acrobranch is the natural place for adventure. Safety is our main priority and you will be given expert training before you embark on your adventure.
Acrobranch’s challenging obstacle courses are situated in a beautiful outdoor environment and offer the perfect entertainment that keeps the kids going for hours on end. Kids are informed of the safety regulations by qualified guides, who are constantly around making sure that the rules are adhered to. The Acrobranch activities are great for personal growth and development as it challenges the child’s motor skills and develops balance and strength as well as self-confidence. The Acro-twigs course (from 3 to 6 years old) works between 2-3m above the ground. Kids can celebrate their birthday parties at Acrobranch Melrose by challenging their friends to an entertaining experience.
Our adult courses are structured for different fitness level. Kids can also participate in these courses (terms and conditions apply with regards to age restrictions). Our Beginners Course, The Monkey Moves course. gradually increases up to 5m high above the ground. Our moderate course, the Swinging Tarzan, consists of zip lines, bridges, monkey bridges, Tarzan jumps and many others activities to challenge you. Certain obstacles are as high up as 10 meters. Then, for the more daring, why not attempt our High Flying course. Each individual is secured with a harness and the friendly guides are there to walk you through the process, ensuring your safety at all times. It’s the perfect outdoor activity for school outings, birthdays, bachelor/ettes, and/or team building events.
Other Outdoor Activities at Acrobranch Johannesburg
Zip lines, also called foefie slides or zip wires – are one of the main attractions at our Outdoor Park in Melrose. All zip lines are part of the different adventure courses.
Catering and braai at Acrobranch Johannesburg, Melrose Park
The park is a great place to kick back and relax outdoors! The lush green forest with scattered picnic benches provides a great setting for a picnic or braai with friends and family.
Self-catering is allowed but Tucker (our great onsite cafe) will be able to assist with any catering needs from platters and party packs, to braai’s, packed lunches & picnics. Remember if you book your catering with Tucker, they will be able to reserve picnic benches on your behalf !
Contact Tucker on : email@example.com or
072 064 0988 | 072 517 0966
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Melrose park has also become the new home of our ever popular Acro-bungy. Experience the Acro-bungy – an activity that will have you flying up from the ground to 14 metres high in a few seconds. Some call it the ‘reverse bungy’, whilst others have compared it to a catapult or being propelled out of an aircraft.
Gerald Satiyi, Acrobranch Johannesburg Park Manager: “I have been with Acrobranch since the first park opened in Johannesburg in 2010. I have seen the company grow into 5 parks, a variety of obstacles and one great adventure. Working at Acrobranch allows me to meet different people every day and this has made a huge impact on my life.”
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