25 July 2023

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€300K investment in Killary Fjord Aerial Park

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€300K investment in Killary Fjord Aerial Park

Galway Bay FM Newsroom – €300,000 has been invested in an exciting new aerial park at Killary Fjord.

Ireland’s largest privately owned adventure park will now offer 10 treetop zipline routes among its other 25 water and land based activities.

Booking is now open for dates from the 29th of July onwards.

Killary Adventure Company Director, Ciara Young, explains some of the benefits this investment will bring to the area:

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