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Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk


17 reviews
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  • Walk up to 45m above the forest floor
  • Outstanding views of the NSW interior
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Suitable for all ages and fitness levels
  • Australia's premier treetop walk
  • 1.5km walk through beautiful rainforest

The nature of New South Wales beautiful Southern Highlands are on full display at the Illawarra Treetop Walk! Stroll through and above the forest canopy at heights between 20 and 30 metres above the ground as you gaze out over the lush Aussie greenery that stretches out into the distance on this premier rainforest experience. You'll be able to venture along a safe steel walkway that culminates in the spiralling "Knights Tower" that towers almost 50 metres above the floor of the forest providing a clear and impressive line of sight all the way out to the blue stretch of the southern Pacific Ocean in the distance.

The walk is open daily from 9am to 5pm with the last admission at 4:15pm. Visitors are advised to allow between 45 minutes to an hour to complete the walk comfortably. The Illawarra Treetop Walk is a great day out for individuals and families alike to immerse themselves in the untouched beauty of New South Wales' nature. Grab a ticket and explore this wonderful region today!

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What you need to know


  • Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk - takes approximately 1 hour


  • Australia's premier treetop walk
  • Experience a 1500 metre walk through beautiful warm temperate rainforest
  • 500 metres of the walk is nestled in the treetop canopy 20-30 metres above ground level
  • Knights Tower - a spiral tower that rises 45 metres above the forest floor
  • 2 swaying springboard cantilevers suspended 25 metres above the forest floor taking you to the edge of the escarpment
  • Bushwalking trails along the escarpment to lookouts
  • Suitable for all ages and fitness levels
  • Wheelchair accessible

Opening Times

  • Open daily from 9am to 5pm, last admission is at 4.15pm. You will need to allow between 45-60 minutes for the walk


  • The Illawarra Fly is located at 182 Knights Hill Road, Knights Hill, in the Southern Highlands of NSW, less than two hours drive from Sydney or Canberra

Booking Information

  • Confirmation in the form of a tour voucher will be received at time of booking
  • Upon completion of purchase, please print the voucher and present on day of the tour
  • For your information, complete Tour Operator Information including contact details is included on your tour voucher

What others had to say

17 reviews
Laura Greentree | 10 months ago
It was a lovely drive south of Sydney to the Illawarra Fly

It was a lovely drive south of Sydney to the Illawarra Fly. We stopped at a very popular pie shop on the way through. It was unfortunately a very wet and misty day so we didn't have the best visibility but it was still very enjoyable. It is a great activity to do with your family. We had our 2 year old daughter and she loved walking up high on the bridges. She also loved seeing the resident wombats home. Overall a fun experience.

Jos | 1 year ago
Lovely views from the walk and you really feel the how high you are up in the trees

Lovely views from the walk and you really feel the how high you are up in the trees. It was a misty and wet day but we had lost of fun. We were in a group of 10 and one felt a bit sea sick due to the different feeling of being so high up but the rest of us enjoyed our visit!

Riju Bhargava | 2 years ago
We had a wonderful day at Illawarra tree top

We had a wonderful day at Illawarra tree top. It was our first trip there. It is amazingly beautiful and adventurous. The steel pathways, trees rising to a good height and seeing them so closely walking on top of the rainforest...superb. The office cafe is also very good in facilities and food. We have another plan to go there again by Easter. A place worth visiting.

Jari Sipiläinen | 2 years ago
We are on our (4 adults) first holiday to Australia and this Treetop Walk surprised in a big way

We are on our (4 adults) first holiday to Australia and this Treetop Walk surprised in a big way. It was amazing! Highly recommend.. Breathtaking, literally, view from top.If only it wasn't school holidays, Children were doing what children do, running and jumping, to make walkways sway, that made taking photographs bit difficult and one of us became little nauseous... that part wasn't nice. Maybe adults only day once a week? All in all beautiful walk in a beautiful place, we ll never forget it.. even locals should see their beautiful escarpment from this viewpoint.

Adrienne Bradney-Smith | 2 years ago
The Illawarra Fly was an amazing experience and an amazing feat of engineering and we enjoyed the experience immensely

The Illawarra Fly was an amazing experience and an amazing feat of engineering and we enjoyed the experience immensely. However, two areas could be improved: 1) SIGNAGE. It would have been helpful to have had arrows showing the direction of travel, especially at the end where we were quite confused. There was a sign saying EXIT VIA BUSH TRACK, pointing to the right, but no sign saying that the 'quicker' exist was to the left. Had we not asked, we would have taken the bush track, leeches and all, thinking that this would have been shorter. 2) BENCHES. The web site mentioned that the walk was suitable for all fitness levels so I confidentally took my 81 year old husband who had a difficult time climbing back up to the top. There were some benches available but MANY MORE are needed. I can't imagine anyone being able to push a wheelchair either up or down the hill. This aspect in particular should be addressed.

Meet the operator

Operator profile

Name: Steve
Company: Illawarra Fly

"An awe-inspiring way to soak in the natural beauty of New South Wales' Illawarra Escarpment, the Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk and Zipline is a 500 metre steel walk through the treetop canopies some 20 to 30 metres above the ground. "

Top tips

"Be sure to wear comfortable shoes when walking the treetops and don't forget your camera for some stunning landscape pictures."