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Indoor Climbing Centres in Brisbane

by Sally Foster (follow)
Perfect if you are not afraid of heights or for a rainy day

For a sky high family day of fun, why not try some indoor climbing? My own little monkey is certainly a climber and loves nothing better than to scale to great heights in a way that makes me really nervous. At least at an indoor climbing centre he would be strapped in!

It will give everyone a physical and mental challenge with a whole heap of adrenaline thrown in.

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We have got you sorted with the details of some of the best places in and around Brisbane to get your climbing fix.



1. Skyzone - MacGregor

Skyzone has it all. It is an indoor trampoline park, laser tag arena and climbing centre all in one. You can strap in, and try out one of 21 indoor climbing walls. Climbers must be at least five-years-old or 110cm .

Location: 544 Kessels Rd, Macgregor
Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday 10am to 9pm, Friday 10am to 10pm, Saturday 9am to 10pm and Sunday 9am to 9pm.
Cost: 1 hour is $16 or 2 hours is $32. They also run mid week specials.

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2. Rock Sports - Fortitude Valley

Rock Sports have top rope climbing where you are attached to a rope while you climb the wall, or bouldering on shorter walls, with mats beneath you to ensure a safe landing when you fall. They welcome kids of all ages to join in the fun and offer family discounts so you can bring everyone along. Rock Sports also run school programs and host parties.

Location: 224 Barry Parade, Fortitude Valley
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 9:30pm and Saturday and Sunday 10am to 5pm.
Cost: Casual climb is $17 but they offer first time deals and also family passes.

3. Urban Climb - multiple locations

Urban Climb has locations at New Market, Milton and West End. There is no minimum age at Urban Climb West End or at Newstead, but at Milton, itís 13 . Depending on the location, they offer climbing or bouldering or both. The West End location also offers classes for kids to teach them more about rock climbing.

Locations: 220 Montague Rd, West End
17 Roy St, Milton
5 Morse St, Newstead
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 6am to 10pm and Saturday and Sunday 10am to 6pm. West End opens until 8pm on weekends.
Cost: $20 for adults and $18 for kids. Plus shoe, harness etc hire.

4. Crank Climbing - MacGregor

Crank offers colourful kids rock climbing walls, a Parkour Obstacle Area, a Ninja Warrior Training area, hanging ropes, mini caving tunnel, padded obstacles and a cargo net. They run parties and youth programs. Minimum climbing age is 4 years old.

Location: 2/537 Kessels Road, Macgregor
Opening Hours: Monday to Tuesday 4pm - 9:30pm, Wednesday to Friday 12pm - 9.30pm, Saturday 10am - 7pm and Sunday 10am - 5pm
Cost: Casual kids start at $26

5. Centenary Playground - Darra

Centenary Playground runs all ages rock climbing classes and casual drop ins for kids and adults. They also have ninja warrior, circus and aerial sports.

Location: 27 Bellwood Street, Darra
Opening Hours: Please contact Centenary Playground on 0419 592 777
Cost: Please contact Centenary Playground on 0419 592 777



Do you know of any other excellent indoor rock climbing places in Brisbane? Please let us know in the comments below, we would love to hear from you!




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