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No bookings required up to 6 people
Welcome! You’re going to love climbing. Just wear anything you’d normally exercise in. You’ll be at height, so no kilts, even if that’s your thing.
Is it just you and a friend or two? Then there’s no need to book. Even if it’s your first visit to Rockface, you’re welcome to show up any time. You will need to complete our compulsory electronic enrolment form upon arrival before you can start climbing or belaying (or better still, fill it out online before you come. You will be given a short safety induction before you get on the walls.
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If there are more than six people in your group, we ask you to book by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call us: 08 9240 1267. It’s quite possible we can accommodate your group even at short notice, but we appreciate the heads up.
All entries are day passes. That means you can stay as long as you like, and even come and go throughout the day – if you’d like to go out for some lunch, you can return to burn off the calories! Typically, most people stay for about two hours. For that reason, if you book a birthday party with us, we allocate you a table for a two hour period.
We sure do. You can read more here.
Rockface offers a unique experience for any number of celebrations from family reunions to corporate team building to church groups. We hear it’s a great idea for a first date, too!
We don’t have a minimum age for climbers; and have a few full-body harnesses for very small children. Our friendly staff can help to ease your child into climbing, so that they never feel too far outside their comfort zone. Ultimately, you know your child better than us – it’s often temperament, rather than age, that decides whether they’ll enjoy the experience!
We do have a minimum belaying age of 11 years. That means your child cannot secure the rope for another climber if they have not yet had their 11th birthday.
If your kid is a natural or falls in love with climbing (like we have), we offer kids classes on a term basis. You can learn more here.
It’s any method used to exert tension on a climbing rope so that a falling climber does not fall very far. Our system requires someone to hold the ropes (and keep them tight) for the climber. The system is easy to learn, and very safe when performed properly.
We require anyone new to our gym to go through a belay induction, even if they have belayed elsewhere. That means we’re certain you know how to safely use our equipment and before we let you loose on the walls. And no, this is not something your mate can teach you!
Our gear is very robust, so we have a safe limit of 150kg. We have harnesses that allow for a waist size of up to 60 inches.
If your child is over 12, yes. You’ll need to complete our electronic enrolment form for THEM first though, so come in with them on their first visit, or complete it online in advance:
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You sure can. We sell some yummy snacks and cold drinks in our Pro-shop, but feel free to bring in something more substantial. You can even get an UberEats order delivered.
Not at all. Just let our friendly staff know you’re not planning to participate.
You don’t pay to belay, but you must be wearing a harness. If you don’t have your own harness, you will need to rent one ($5).
You must be wearing closed-in shoes to climb and will only need to hire the shoes if you are wearing unsuitable footwear. But we think it’s a great idea to rent the shoes; climbing shoes are designed specifically to help you stand on small holds, and offer more friction than sneakers. You can rent the shoes for $7.
We have 100+ free parking bays on-premises!
We tend to be busier on weeknights, and in the mornings on weekends, but this is by no means a certainty. Even at busy times, there are plenty of walls to climb, and you’ll find it’s rare to have to wait long for a climb.
We can do vouchers for any amount, or any product! You can even buy them online in our ProShop, but if you want something customised, you’ll need to speak directly to our staff.
Yes, yes, and yes.