Sky Climb

Macgregor

Sky Climb is Brisbane’s newest sky-high pursuit – an exhilarating indoor climbing challenge suited to everyone from first time climbers to experienced conquerors of the heights.

From the folks behind two of Brisbane’s other favourite indoor fun venues - SKY ZONE and Holey Moley Golf Club - Sky Climb features the best, highest and safest climbing walls and obstacles complete with 21 different challenges which will test everyone.

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There’s 13 walls to choose from: Deep Space + Double Trouble + Speed Competition + Circuit Board + Unique Triangles + Beanstalk + Rocktopia + Skyscraper + Molecules + Light the Way + Labryinth + Volcano with Lava + Sky Drop, and once conquered, adventurers can take the Sky Drop for the fastest way down.

Sky Climb MacGregor

Based at McGregor beside Sky Zone, Sky Climb is open to all climbers from novice to Everest conquerors, with a minimum age of 5 years and minimum height of 110cm.

Sky Climb MacGregor

Need to know - All climbers are welcomed by the fully trained team, who will assist with briefing and safety harnesses. (Once the harnesses are clipped, it’s all up to the climber).

Sky Climb MacGregor

Nice to know – For those who are climbing solo, the auto-belay braking system takes perfect care of all safeties. Sky Climb also has individual experiences and event and group options for all ages and occasions.

* One hour climb $16 per person (with lots of add-ons such as a Jump at Sky Zone, Laser Tag and combos of these, as well as a Sky Drop). Parties start from $30 per person. Prices correct at time of opening in July 2017.
SKY CLIMB opens to the public on July 21st.

SKY CLIMB is a valued partner of Must Do Brisbane.com

Sky Climb

544 Kessels Rd

MacGregor

Mon-Thu 10:30-7.30

Friday 10:30-8:30

Saturday 9:30-8.30

Sunday 9:30-7.30

13 7599

Map

544 Kessels Rd MacGregor

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