The climbing wall be closed from Monday 26 September reopening on Tuesday 4 October 2016.
The Forum Climbing Wall is one of the highest in Australia. Springing upwards to an awesome height of 18.5 metres and offering over 30 different routes to climb.
Benefits of rock climbing
You don’t need to be super-fit to rock climb. Good technique is more important than physical strength. The more you climb
the stronger and ﬁtter you will become. Good footwork, body positioning and problem solving will get you up many more climbs
than just brute strength. Climbing uses lots of muscle groups, both in the upper and lower body. Your back, abdominal and
leg muscles all get exercised as well as your ﬁngers, shoulders and arms.
Regular climbing can improve stamina as well as muscle strength. In addition, all the reaching and stretching for holds improves ﬂexibility and agility. Each climbing route is like a puzzle, which requires patience, planning and analysis to complete. Over time, regular rock climbing can help develop concentration, determination and problem-solving skills. As you improve, you will naturally want to push yourself further and try harder climbs or climb outdoors. Did you know the University has a Mountaineering Club that coordinates outdoor climbs?
The amount of goals you can set yourself is limitless. Setting yourself goals and meeting them gives you a great sense of achievement, which in turn can help build everyday self-confidence.
The Forum can offer:
- Individual climbing tuition
- Specialised climbing classes
- Group bookings for schools, scouts, sporting teams and corporate groups
- Team building sessions for Corporate Activity days
- The wall is open to children aged eight and above (14 or older to belay)
For Climbing Wall Birthday Parties or group bookings please make a booking request here.
|Mon||5.30pm - 8.30pm
|Wed||5.30pm - 8.30pm
|Fri||5.30pm - 8.30pm
|Sat|| 12.00 - 5.00pm
|Climbing Wall Entry||Single Session||10 Pack|
|10 pack||Purchase a 10 pack and get the 11th climb FREE|
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