Rocksports Indoor Climbing

Fortitude Valley

The raw interior of an old brick warehouse on the Valley fringe is the gritty setting for this rock-climbing outfit. A series of rooms, nooks and caves sit under a ceiling of cobwebby timber beams and encased by rough exposed brick walls while upstairs is a light-filled viewing gallery with a pool table and Valley skyline views.

The 100+ climbs reach a height of 8m and are colour coded for capability from kids and beginners through to Everest aspirants. All beginners receive a full briefing before embarking on their climb and staff wander round on hand to offer advice and assistance. Those who are operating the rope (the belayer) must be 13+ years of age and if not climbing themselves, are charged only a nominal fee.

Lockers are provided and all equipment can be hired on site but note there is no kiosk or food for sale.

Not only is this a great activity for children of all ages but the venue also hosts rock-climbing birthday parties.

Prices start at around $17 for the climb (no time limit) and equipment hire including shoes, chalk bag etc is extra.

Rocksports Indoor Climbing

224 Barry Pde

Fortitude Valley, Brisbane

Brunswick St Station

Mon-Fri 10-9.30

Sat-Sun 10-5

3216 0462

Map

224 Barry Parade, Fortitude Valley, Queensland

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