For the ultimate family adventure, why not try some indoor climbing or a high ropes course. It'll give everyone a physical and mental challenge, with a whole heap of adrenaline thrown in. We've got you sorted with the details of the best local climbing places on the Coast to get your climbing fix!
Located in the Central Coast Leagues Club with 28 climbing walls and the leap of faith, "Skyfall", Clip 'N' Climb is a fun and exhilarating indoor activity for everyone, from beginner climbers to the more experienced. Kids over 6 can join in the fun and birthday parties can be booked too.
Photo Credit: Clip N Climb Central Coast Facebook Page
Pulse Climbing caters for all levels of climbing abilities, in a relaxed and welcoming environment. Memberships are available, as well as larger group and birthday party bookings. For an extra exciting adventure, outdoor guided group climbing days are also available.
Located at Kincumber Indoor Sports Centre, is a climbing wall with runs to 9.5 metres, 10 climbing stations and up to 40 climbing runs which vary in difficulty. While the older ones climb, there is a great indoor play centre for younger kids, as well as a cafe for refreshments.
Photo Credit: Kincumber Indoor Sports Website
4. TreeTops Location: Wyong Creek
For an outdoor adventure up in the trees, head to TreeTops for some awesome family fun. Kids as young as 3 can get involved, with a special course designed just for them. Climb, swing and zip your way along the course high in the trees. Want more thrills? Have a go on the awesome TreeTop Crazy Rider, the worlds longest and Australia's first roller coaster zip line!
Photo Credit: TreeTops Facebook Page
For other indoor climbing centres and high ropes courses located not far from the Coast, check out these in Sydney and Newcastle:
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