Probably one of the most fulfilling tourism jobs available. Based in the outdoors, the role is all about guest safety and delivering a showcase experience of the Mt Coot-tha Forest.
Zipline guides are provided with the training required to carry out a range of duties from inspections and maintenance through to ensuring customer engagement and delivering memorable experiences for guests.
Pathway to employment for indigenous people
Zipline Australia has extensive experience in Australia, Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu with Indigenous employment, training and partnerships. As part of delivering world class experiences across all three tours at Mt Coot-tha, we will be offering employment opportunities for indigenous people across all available roles.
In particular, the zipline guide and cultural heritage walk positions provide fantastic opportunities to share and educate guests on indigenous history, culture and the natural environment. From our experience this in turn creates jobs, skills, and other sustainable business opportunities amongst the Indigenous participants.
Pathways to employment for service veterans
Zipline Australia Director Michael Thompson served in East Timor and Iraq with the Australian Army and understands there are many reasons why the transition back to civilian life can be tricky.
Through assistance, awareness, and advocacy, Zipline Australia will do its best to offer suitable employment opportunities for service veterans throughout the organisation.