Planning your visit
Grab a bite to eat and pick up a memento of your visit to Illawarra Fly
Cafe 106, aptly named after the number of steps you’ll need to climb to ascend Knights Tower, offers gourmet seasonal menus with both indoor (85 seats) and outdoor (100 seats) dining. Sit and relax with a Devonshire tea, devour a hot filling meal or just grab a quick snack and a warming coffee or refreshing cold drink.
Our souvenir shop has a range of gifts from small souvenirs, books and clothing, to educational aids and local wildlife plush toys. This shop has something for everyone! So stop by and bag a gift for someone special or a keepsake to remember your visit to the Fly!
Visitor Information Centre
Our Visitor Centre doubles as a Visitor Information Centre with plenty of information available on the Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk experience and other things to see and do in the region. Just ask our friendly staff, they’re only too happy to help!
The onsite car park is located adjacent to the Visitors Centre and is only a short leisurely walk to the main Treetop Walk. With parking for over 200 vehicles, parking is also available for up to ten coaches and caravans. All car parking at Illawarra Fly is free of charge.
Coaches and Caravans
There is ample onsite parking for caravans, RV’s, coaches and cars.
Please be advised COACHES and CARAVANS are permitted along Jamberoo Mtn Rd from Robertson to Knights Hill Rd. However, access from Jamberoo to Knights Hill Road is not permitted for vehicles over 11 metres.
Please contact us for clarification if required 02 4885 1010.
We endeavour to meet the needs of all of our guests that visit us. For those with mobility issues, we provide a courtesy cart to and from the Treetop Walk entrance however, we recommend to call or email before your visit to ensure we accommodate you in the best way possible. Please call us on (02) 4885 1010 or email email@example.com
Our carpark has four disabled parking spaces available. Disabled toilets are located at the Visitor Centre.
Our Visitors Centre, comprising the aforementioned facilities, is environmentally friendly. All water used in the facility is collected from the roof of the visitor centre. All waste is removed from site and recycled where possible.