As children, being outdoors was a way to explore the natural world and as adults I don’t think we ever forget this notion. The idea to climb a tree for shelter or adventure is as old as humanity. Tree houses can take many forms and can be used to write-in, to sleep-in, to play-in, or to ponder-in and are only limited by the imagination of the individual and influenced by the tree that has been chosen and it’s location. With this in mind we introduce you to Michael Bishop from Red Hill Tree houses.

His team work in every state of Australia building wicked tree abodes. They build tree houses for play, outdoor education, resorts, studios and hideaways that provide adventure for kids and tranquil spaces for adults. They also have detailed knowledge in creativity at height – height safety, building codes and standards for playgrounds, climbing walls, elevated spaces and OH&S.