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    5* to balance reviews really a 4. because this is part of a group of sights, 11 in total, you can see and enjoy with an annual pass that costs $99 per person for a full year(book online much cheaper). Not just in Sydney but including Melbourne Hamilton island etc search up merlin pass. Our family decided to do this instead of the luna park annual because of the variety and wet and wild is still to new and expensive for just five months. So for overseas visitors, definitely do a quick Google search and see what you get. And yes it is very cool but expensive on it’s own

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    It’s a nice and green place, but I would expect the walk is longer. It costs $25 per adult, but we can finish the entire trip less than 30 mins, frankly, it’s a bit over-priced.

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    Some claim it’s too pricey but I think the $24 per adult fee is reasonable considering its a unique experience. The views are tremendous and the view from knights tower especially good. Not for faint hearted or those afraid of heights. Staff we pleasant and knowledgeable.

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    Awesome experience walking around trees. Great lookout as well.

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    Three stars with the pricing costing it the perfect score. This well kept secret is something a lot of Sydney siders don’t even know about. It’s a sky platform walkway viewing platform where you are positioned well above the tree line to take in a massive panoramic view of the greater south. Perfect photo opportunities of Lake Illawarra await anyone who is brave enough to walk along the modern (very safe) metal ramp ways with the highlight of the rainforest tour being the “Knights Tower” where you spiral your way up to a look out for the ultimate in skyline viewing points.The ramp ways do sway somewhat but not enough to freak you out too much. The metal grates below your feet show the depth below to give a true perspective of how high up you truly are! The admission fee is $20 an adult (not sure on the kids prices) and I’d recommend going on a Saturday morning to avoid any rushes of crowds.The canteen, while serving a good range of food you wouldn’t expect to find at a tourist trap, is pricey. They hit us $6.50 for a serving of scones alone! Save your money from the canteen for the “famous” Robertson Pie shop nearby!