Gearing up for their first-ever summer season, Live Wire Park offers a unique experience for families and friends wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of the city
Located just 1 kilometre from Lorne’s main beach and nestled among the towering Otway treetops, Live Wire Park is an electrifying outdoor experience in the heart of Victoria’s Great Ocean Road Region.
Live Wire Park Zipcoaster at Lorne, Victoria
Glide, zip and climb through the treetops on each of the park’s exhilarating circuits, including the Shockwave Zip Coaster – Australia’s most extreme zip line. With twists and turns charged by the sheer force of gravity, the 525-metre-long zip line is an adrenaline junkie’s dream.
Thrill seekers need look no further as the Super Circuit challenges even the most seasoned high ropes lovers. Featuring 53 mid-air trails, suspended bridges, tree-scaling activities, an electrifying Tarzan swing and a supercharged 10-metre QuickJump bungee, the Super Circuit is designed to test endurance, agility and problem-solving skills.
Kids can test their agility on the Short Circuit designed to be safe, secure and ultimately fun. The electrifying obstacle course features 26 hair-raising activities for young adventurers to overcome, and finish with a sense of achievement.
For those seeking a relaxing day, the 120-metre-long Canopy Circuit is the perfect place to soak up the beauty and breathtaking views of the Otway Ranges. Elevated 10 metres above the ground amongst the native Blue Gums, the Canopy Circuit is the perfect way to experience Victoria’s rainforests.
At Live Wire Park, fun and sustainability go hand in hand
Thoughtfully designed to have minimal impact on the environment, Live Wire Park is a sustainable business completely powered by nature. The park is powered by solar, and all water on site is collected, used, and treated to reduce waste and optimise the use of natural resources.
How to reach the Live Wire Park
Live Wire Park is located at 180 Erskine Falls Road, Lorne, Australia and is the perfect summer activity for local holiday goers and city dwellers. Open every day from 8:45am – 5pm (excluding Christmas Day and for maintenance).