AUSTRALIA‚ÄôS first aerial playground, MegaAdventure Aerial Park, has its eyes firmly set on the local and international MICE market ahead of opening in November.
Located in Adelaide, MegaAdventure is the second park under the MegaAdventure Group umbrella, which also owns and operates MegaZip Adventure Park on Sentosa Island in Singapore and a mobile adventure attractions business in South-east Asia.
MegaAdventure‚Äôs main attraction will be the SkyMate – a purpose-built, 26-metre-high structure crafted by the company‚Äôs subsidiary, Touch Cloud Global, which specialises in adventure constructions. The SkyMate will launch with 50 ‚Äėcrossings‚Äô comprising of scramble nets, rope bridges, beams, swings, log steps, aerial surfboards and even Adelaide wine barrel steps.
‚ÄúNo one can bring a team together like MegaAdventure,‚ÄĚ according to CEO and founder Alex Blyth, who is also a former instructor of the British Army who used aerial assault courses to train recruits.
‚ÄúWe provide a range of teambuilding and bonding activities that enable organisations to come together for the benefit of the individual, their workplace and the group.‚ÄĚ
MegaAdventure have employed former Australian netballer, Jane Altschwager, to attract corporate groups from the local market.
‚ÄúShe has a great understanding of how businesses can achieve new heights with a strong and dynamic team,‚ÄĚ said Blyth, ‚ÄúShe is spending a lot of time talking to different companies about the way MegaAdventure can help build their company through teamwork.‚ÄĚ
MegaAdventure is now taking bookings for corporate groups.