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Anyone who signs up to one of our 'Summer of Thrill-Seeking' events automatically receives 4 entries to our Thrill-Seekers Raffle!
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Calling all Adrenaline Junkies!

Soar across the Tyne at high speeds and take in some of Newcastle's iconic landscape in this unique experience!

The Sunshine Zipline returns for a second year! This is an unforgettable experience and an amazing opportunity to step outside your comfort zone as you glide past the Tyne and take in breath-taking views of our incredible city.

This exhilarating experience will start on the Newcastle Quayside where you will be kitted up ready to be raised 125feet in the air by crane.  Daredevils will then zip 240metres over the River Tyne reaching speeds of up to 30mph, taking in the views of the Millennium Bridge and vibrant Quayside before landing on Baltic Square in Gateshead.

All ages welcome

Discounted ticket price when you zip with us

Overcome the challenge alone, bring your friends, work colleagues or do it as a family!

For safety purposes, participants must weigh between 6 - 16 stone

To discuss corporate groups, please contact us directly using the email below.
Friday 16th August 2024
11am - 12pm

Registration Fee: £40 
Fundraising Target: £50 (minimum)

Have a question?

The Sunshine Zipline is proudly facilitated by
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Need a little persuasion?
Hear what one of last year's Sunshine Zipliners said:

"Think about your fears, what would make you face them? For me it was the chance that by facing them; I could drum up support for an amazing cause, if it's for a good enough cause then you can face anything. For instance, I have a terrifying fear of heights, I struggle with the thought of being high up, but it was exhilarating zip-lining from the Tyne bridge, and knowing that facing that fear raised money for the Sunshine Fund, makes my conquering worth it!"

- Sean, Sunshine Zipliner 2023


Going back to where we began...

The Sunshine Fund originated almost 100 years ago following a visit from King George V when he attended the official opening of the Tyne Bridge in October 1928.

He donated £15 to facilitate a visit to the seaside to help disadvantaged children living in the North East.

As our region is still one of the most deprived areas in the UK, we strive to continue our work in supporting local children living with disabilities, additional needs and terminal illness by funding life-changing equipment that is not available through government funding or the NHS.

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