Indoor rock climbing walls are a fun way to entertain the kids and keep them fit! Where’s the Best Indoor Climbing Walls for Kids in Melbourne? We’ve got 4 on our list…

 

1. Funtopia, Maribyrnong

Funtopia - Climbing World

Climbing World at Funtopia has 40 interactive climbing walls and reach up to 10 metres tall (equivalent to a 3 storey building!).

Climbing World includes challenges for beginners and climbing pros. The climbing walls are all different – ladders, tyres, spider web and even a giant beanstalk where you can climb through the clouds (courtesy of a smoke machine). If the kids still have energy, then they can have a play at Playground World! (additional entry fee).

2. Clip n Climb, Williamstown

Clip n Climb - Williamstown

Clip n Climb at Williamstown isn’t huge but does have enough to keep kids of all ages entertained. Come and experience the ultimate vertical challenge in a fun and safe, indoor environment. A FUN place for kids and adults to burn off some energy!

There’s also a small cafe onsite as well as party rooms.

3. UpUnlimited, Moorabin

UpUnlimited Moorabbin

At UpUnlimited Moorabbin climbing is open to anyone, any age, any ability. There’s lots of fun and challenging climbing walls as well as Australia’s highest Vertical Drop Slide!

Also unique to UpUnlimited is Cave Up! The Caves are one of a kind in Australia and are as realistic as it gets. Inside you will find a network of tunnels that force you to climb, slide and wriggle your way over and under.

Kids aged 5 years and below require adult supervision at all times (Bookings are essential).

4. Bayside Rock Climbing, Carrum Downs

Bayside Rock Climbing - Melbourne

With over 200 climbs to choose from, Bayside Rock Climbing has something for the whole family! The ‘Climb Time’ Automatic Belay area is perfect for those under the age of 13 but still suitable for all ages and now includes over 100m of caving!

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