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Tree Climbing Treasures

They are like magnets to kids - a great climbing tree can provide endless fun for kids and in WA, we are very fortunate to have the classic Moreton Bay Fig trees on hand at spectacular locations for our kids climbing pleasure...

We recently asked our Facebook community for suggestions on where to go for great climbing trees and they didn't dissapoint!

Here are a few of the suggestions:

Great climbing tree at Mash Brewery in Swan ValleyMash Brewery in the Swan Valley. It's a weaving mess of large, walkable branches stretching above the roof of the brewhaus. There's very few small snags to hinder your journey to the top and multiple routes to choose from and according to WeekendNotes, the long parallel branches are great fun to test your balance and if you make it to the top there's pretty cool views and great places to "set up base" (pretending you're in an army hideout for those who remember their tree climbing days).

Lake Jualbup - Shenton Park more...

Matilda Bay - Crawley more...

Freshwater Bay - Peppermint Grove more...

Hyde Park -  Cnr Vincent & William Streets, Perth, WA more...

Yanchep National Park - more...

Rio Tinto Naturescape - Kings Park more...

John Forrest National Park - more...

Perry Lakes - more...

Morton Bay Fig Tree

Kings Park - including this awesome Moreton Bay Fig at the start of Fraser Ave!

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