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Sydney Indoor Rock Climbing Gym Sydney

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Sydney Indoor Rock Climbing Gym
4C 1 to 7 Unwins Bridge Rd St Peters
Sydney
NSW
2044
Tel: 02 9519 3325

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Sydney Indoor Climbing Gym offers climbing experiences and tuition for all ages and abilities starting from around 6 years.

Bouldering and low level climbing is available for those just starting out or wanting to stay close to the ground.

Those with experience and confidence can move onto the more challenging routes and heights, while one must be over 13 to belay.

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$26
  • Children$26
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Monday to Wednesday 9:30am to 10pm, Thursday 9:30am to 11pm, Friday 9:30am to 10pm, Saturday and Sun

What people are saying?

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    I'd particularly recommend this to new climbers. Large and varied, this climbing gym has a good selection of courses from complete beginner to "OMG is that even possible" with enough options that you won't find yourself bored and repeating your climbs.

    It's very easy to get going; they rent all the gear for 28 a visit (as at July 2014) and even if you have never climbed before, you'll do a short intro with a staff member and be climbing the walls in 5 minutes. There are walls for young children too. They've just opened another section, so if...Read More

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    Good climbing facilities, but poor customer service. Was forced to pay the $4 joining fee again even though I was already a member at their Villawood branch.The customer service rep justification was that they use different systems, therefore could not confirm if I was a member. It would of been nice if he called the Villawood branch to confirm, instead of provide me lip service for system limitations.

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    One of our go to places to have a bit of physical fun with friends or family. Best to go as a couple though so one can belay while the other one climb. There is varying difficulties available for rock climbing, and if you get tired of climbing, you can always sit down and chat for a while before you attempt another one. The pricing is reasonable especially if you have a pass, totally safe as well ! Great to also link it up to nearby cafe/restaurants in newtown for a bite to eat

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    One the best place I have been in sydney so far. There is a lot of plac to climb. There is a lot of level to beginner to advanced. i got a lot of there and Im ready to return at anytime. I definatly recommend this place. !!!

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    I love this place. Really friendly staff, the climbing level is good (many routes over 23), and the routes are high enough for my taste. Bring your own rope if you have one because they require it to lead climb.
    They could clean the holds a bit more often I think. Some of the holds, especially in the boldering area are really worn out.

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I'd particularly recommend this to new climbers. Large and varied, this climbing gym has a good selection of courses from complete beginner to "OMG is that even possible" with enough options that you won't find yourself bored and repeating your climbs.

It's very easy to get going; they rent all the gear for 28 a visit (as at July 2014) and even if you have never climbed before, you'll do a short intro with a staff member and be climbing the walls in 5 minutes. There are walls for young children too. They've just opened another section, so if you haven't been in a bit there's plenty of new things to try.

It's best to bring a buddy or go in a group so you have someone to belay you if you can (hold your rope so you don't fall) and take turns climbing. But even if you go alone it's easy enough to find someone to help, or you can use the bouldering room which has short falls and no rope required.

Parking is reasonable but it can gets very busy on mid-week nights (Tues to Thurs) and weekend mornings (especially during school hols) so time your visit for a weekend night if you'd like to park - and to have the place to yourself. A big part of the enjoyment is strolling to King St after for some delicious food - if you've been climbing, you've earned it!

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