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Risk & Damage Reporting

Engage your team with a quick and easy risk and damage reporting system.

With Risk Memo, your employees can send annotated photos and geo-location, pre-fill a risk assessment entry and suggest control measures.

When your whole workforce is engaged with this easy-to-use system, risk assessing becomes an ever-evolving culture, rather than a once a year chore.

Australia's Longest Zipline

Brisbane-based Australian company Zipline Australia was today (30/11/17) awarded the opportunity to construct a 1.4km Megazip, 1.5km Zipline Canopy Tour and 300m pedestrian Suspension Bridge within the Mt Coot-tha precinct by Brisbane City Council. The triple offering of adventure experiences will employ world-class technology and it is believed, that when completed (in 2019), it will represent one of the the largest city based zipline precincts in the world.

SAFETY NOTICE - QuickJUMP XL with 3m RipCord

Headrush Technologies have just released a Safety Notice (12/07/17) calling for the  STOP USE of the QuickJUMP XL 3m RipCord whilst an investigation into a non-fatal incident in the Netherlands is conducted. 

Skylodge Adventure Suites - Peru

Have you ever wanted to sleep in a condor’s nest? Here is the next best thing! A transparent luxury capsule that hangs from the top of a mountain in the Sacred Valley of Peru.

Located in the Sacred Valley of Cuzco, Peru, the exclusive Skylodge Adventure Suites offers you the chance to sleep within a completely transparent hanging bedroom, that allows you to appreciate the impressive view of this magic and mystic valley.

MEGA weight gain

MEGA Adventure Park's SkyMate Cumulus puts on 10,000 kgs in a few days.

Fourth level and a few of the ten suspended CloudStations now installed.

The 23,000 cubic metres of adventure is now starting to take on its final shape.

After reaching 26m, it is now spreading out to a glorious 41m wide.

MEGA Progress - Aerial Rope Park

Adelaide's MEGA Adventure Park installation reaches new heights.

TCg's SkyMate Cumulus structure has now maxed out at its 26m.

The six main columns are in, ten surrounding 'suspended' columns are on there way.

The diameter of the existing footprint will now grow from 20m to over 40m, creating an adventure arena of over 23,000 cubic meters.

Zoo's New Spider

A small red spider from Italy is raising heads at Sydney's Wild Life Zoo.

A strange practical beast, with the DNA of both an Armadillo and a Giraffe.

This unique creature, on loan from UpHire, is helping to activate the Zoo's unique skyscape.

Being installed by TCg is a unique aerial tour that will allow harnessed guests to experience, from height, the fauna and flora of both the Arid Outback and the Wet Kakadu.

A flight that will allow guests to glide over lounging kangaroos, a smiling crocodile, bulging boabs, proud palms and to sneak past snoozing koalas.

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