Operations manager Frederic Galimard and Forestry Corporation’s local Strategic Projects and Programs Leader Justin Black.  Picture: Trevor Veale
by Jasmine Minhas

After positive community feedback, a proposal to build what is expected to be a major tourism drawcard for Coffs Harbour has been given the green light.

Ecoline has officially started construction this week on its Treetop Adventure Park at Sealy Lookout.

The park is set to offer self-guided high ropes courses where visitors can climb through a series of challenging obstacles including rope-ladders, wobbly bridges, tunnels and cargo-nets. It will also feature zip-line flying-foxes.

According to Forestry Corporation NSW, the park is expected to open in stages over the coming months, with the children’s area (for ages 3-9) earmarked for completion in time for the July school holidays.

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