Gardens’ new attractions


Alexi, pictured, was one of the first to come down the slide on the Enchanted Adventure Garden’s Sky Scramble. Picture: Gary Sissons

THE Enchanted Adventure Garden, at Arthurs Seat, has re-opened after closing for a refit for the first time in 25 years.

The break gave staff the opportunity to focus on improving the gardens, painting the buildings, and, of course, finishing work on the new Sky Scramble.

“This huge wooden structure, with its rope bridges, cargo and scramble nets, obstacles, tight rope, fisherman’s trap, Tibetan bridge, slides and a cubby house, guarantee fun for all age groups,” owner Michael Savage said.

“Built on timber platforms 10 metres high, the aerial playground won’t disappoint. It’s just what we all need after three months in lockdown with our children.”

The family-friendly park also has mazes, tube slides and treetop zip lining, which consists of two zip lines which fly 300 metres across the formal gardens and lake.

The Enchanted Adventure Garden is in Purves Road, call 5981 8449.

First published in the Southern Peninsula News – 30 June 2020


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