BE DARING: Sky Climb is set to be Brisbane's newest craze.
BE DARING: Sky Climb is set to be Brisbane's newest craze.

Conquer your fears and climb into the sky

WE'VE seen the photos of grannies jumping out of planes to celebrate their 80th birthdays and wondered if we'd have the courage to do something similar.

While sky jumping is very drastic, climbing in general, in the safety of professionals, is another matter altogether and achievable for adventurous seniors.

The team behind Sky Zone Trampoline Park has introduced Sky Climb, high and safe climbing walls and obstacles with 21 different challenges.

If you feel daring enough to celebrate an important senior birthday with a climbing challenge, or if you are just into challenging yourself for no reason, it's something to think about.

There's 13 walls and all climbers are welcomed by the fully trained team. Safety harnesses are clipped and then it's up to the climber. Whether it's a first ascent or one of many - the thrill never goes; and if someone is climbing solo, the auto-belay braking system takes perfect care of all safeties.  


Anyone. Well, there is a height and age minimum of 110cm and five years old. Apart from that, anyone can climb, from the most experienced Everest-toppers, to people whose idea of climbing is taking a step up into the pantry. 

SKY CLIMB - opening JULY 21, 2017

544, Kessels Road, Macgregor, Brisbane, 4109


Monday - Thursday 10.30am to 7.30pm

Friday 10.30am to 8.30pm

Saturday 9.30am to 8.30pm

Sunday 9.30am to 7.30pm

After 5pm, it is recommended climbers be 16 years or older.


For group bookings before 1pm on Monday-Friday, please call 137599.

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