Stadium Stomp

The Gabba

Australia’s ultimate stair climbing challenge, Stadium Stomp, is taking place again within the hallowed grandstands of The Gabba on Sunday, 29 July.

It’s a fitness challenge with a difference, with participants aged 5yrs+ getting to step, sweat and smile as they climb up, down and around the bays of Brisbane’s iconic stadium and home to many a great sporting event.

Stadium Stomp Gabba

This course of over 5,000 stairs and a lap of the ground is open to participants of all fitness levels. Stadium Stomp is not a race and it's not timed so everyone gets to go at their own pace.

For the first time this year there's a Junior Stomp for children aged 5-11 years - a special modified course of 600 stairs, giving kids a taste of the course so the whole family can take part.

Junior Stompers aged 5-11 years must ba accompanied by an adult. Kids aged 12yrs+ can Stomp the full-course with a parent or guardian.

Stadium Stomp Gabba

It's an awesome day, a great workout and all participants finish with a lap of the ground and a medal.

Plus, you can choose to fundraise and make every step count for official charity partner Leukaemia Foundation, or a cause close to your heart.

Stadium Stomp 2018

Nice to know - There’ll be drink stations and rest stops along the way, with music pumping to keep you going. The course is expected to take between 40 and 90 minutes.

Need to know - Staggered start times begin from 7am, every 15 mins until 11am to ensure the stairs don’t become congested. Junior Stomp is at 11am.  Choose your time when you register.

Full Course, 5,000 stairs, 12 years+ $59.95 (early bird price $49.95 ends 17 June)

Unlimited laps of course, 12 years+ $109.95 (early bird price $89.95 ends 17 June)

Junior Stomp, 600 stairs,  5-11 years $19.95 (no early bird discount. 1x adult stomps for free with child ticket)


The Gabba

Vulture St


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The Gabba Vulture St Woolloongabba

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