The Illawarra Fly is a 500 metre long, 25 metre high elevated tree top walk ascending at a gentle grade and suitable for visitors of all mobilities. Nestled amongst the temperate rainforest of the Southern Highlands the treetop walk takes you along the picturesque Illawarra escarpment and offers inspiring views from Shellharbour to Bass Point, Lake Illawarra and the South Pacific Ocean.
For the thrill seeker a 45 metre high lookout is ascended via a spiral stairway offering panoramic views, combined with the beauty of the rainforest. View the Blackwoods, Gully Gums and Sassafras from a vantage point generally reserved for our flying friends.
Go to the Edge! The springboard cantilevers bounces gently, high over the picturesque Illawarra Escarpment.
Travel through The Royal National Park to Bald Hill to view the magnificent Grand Pacific Drive and onto and over The Sea Cliff Bridge. Track south and along the coast to Albion Park and then through the beautiful green hinterlands of Jamberoo and Budderoo National Park and along the twisty Jamberoo Mountain Road.
Stop at The Fly for an hour or so and enjoy the modern facilities and restaurant. Back home is your choice, but why not go up the mountain through Robertson and via the Southern Highland towns of Bowral and Mittagong?