Climb the majestic Matagarup Bridge.
Zipline coming soon!
Perth's Newest
Adventure Begins January 26

Experience Perth’s ultimate thrill ride

Are you brave enough to climb to the top of Perth’s Matagarup Bridge? How about zip-lining 400 metres across the Swan River, travelling at up to 75km/h!

This is no walk up a bridge – this is a true climb. You will be required to climb, shimmy, slide and squeeze through tight spaces to reach the SkyView – an open-air viewing platform 72 metres above the river.

The Bridge Activities

Zipline Update

Zip-lines gift certificates can now be purchased although the zip-line is not quite ready for riding. We saw an opportunity to improve the ride and decided to delay the opening slightly, ultimately providing for a better overall experience. WorkSafe will then need time to ensure the zip-line is 100% certified.

Our goal is for riders to be wizzing down the line in March. Gift Certificates can be redeemed at that time. Apologies for the delay – we appreciate your understanding.

100% Safety

Your safety is our primary concern. Our trained staff only use the best equipment to bring you the safest, most enjoyable experiences!


We only use the highest quality harnesses, trolleys, helmets and fall control systems available.

FREE Photos!

Your ticket includes FREE souvenir photos of your experience emailed to you directly after your experience.

100% Fun

Private group bookings available. Perfect for special events and memorable moments.


Long (Zipline)


Max Speed




Steps Up

Operating Hours

The bridge activities will be open 7 days a week, from morning to night, subject to availability.

Mobility Impaired Experiences

Special events for mobility-impaired, including wheelchairs. VR tours in development. Contact us to express your interest.

Matagarup Zip+Climb proudly operates on Whadjuk Noongar boodja. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and recognise their peoples continued connection to this country. Matagarup Zip+Climb is committed to reconciliation with Australia’s first peoples.