Inspired by the treehouses in both ‘Bindi the Jungle Girl’ and ‘Return to Nim’s Island’ comes Bindi’s long-awaited treehouse on Bindi’s Island! This three-storey, 13 metre tall structure features 360 degree views of Australia Zoo, including Lemur Island and our African Savannah!
The first level is wheel-chair accessible, standing 5 metres above the ground and boasting picturesque views of Bindi’s animal friends. As you climb to levels 2 and 3, prepare to stand almost 10 metres above the ground as you gaze out at the incredible Australia Zoo views.
The interactive creation is built around a giant replica fig tree. Using the natural surroundings and bringing history to the treehouse was important to all the staff at Australia Zoo, and the treehouse features 1100 lineal metres of timber along with original blown glass marine floats and other beach-combed items that have been collected over the years, to ensure an authentic island feel.
This immersive wildlife haven is also the home of Australia Zoo’s gorgeous family of ring-tailed lemurs, who explore the treehouse and the island each and every day. If you’re lucky enough, one of them might even come up and say hello! Complete with an up-close look at other awesome animals including macaws, boa constrictors and even an alligator snapping turtle – a visit to the treehouse really completes your island escape.