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Abseiling & Climbing

Abseiling

Abseiling within national parks can be done at Wellington National Park, Greenmount National Park, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, Kalbarri National Park, Beelu National Park and Peak Charles National Park.

Here are some businesses that you can book an exciting abseiling experience through:
Space Chameleon adventures
Outdoor Discoveries– Wilyabrup sea cliffs
Break Loose
Kalbarri Abseil
Margaret River Climbing Co
Adventure Out

Rock Climbing

Sport Climbing WA provides a pathway for Western Australian climbers to compete on the world stage. Annually SCWA has 2 major events, The Western Australia Boulder and Lead State Titles.

Here are some indoor climbing centres that you can try on a leisurely basis or learn competitive skills.

  • BELMONT: Adrenaline Vault- 72 Robinson Avenue Belmont

  • O’CONNOR: Portside Boulders– 12 Murphy Street O’Connor
    OSBORNE PARK: Portside Boulders- 73 Walters Drive Osborne Park
    WILLETTON: Portside Boulders- 8 Kembla Way, Willetton
  • BAYSWATER: The Hangout- 12 White Street Bayswater
  • BALCATTA: Rockface Climbing Centre– 7B Ledgar Road Balcatta

  • WANGARA: The Boulder Hub- 1-2/84 Berriman Drive Wangara

  • JANDAKOT: Urban Jungle IRC- 83 Solomon Rd, Jandakot

  • MALAGA: Summit Climbing – 1 MALAGA: 26 Harris Road Malaga
  • CANNING VALE- Iris Boulders- 13 Tacoma Cct, Canning Vale 
  • MANDURAH: Mandurah Indoor Rock Climbing- 3/12 Thornborough Road Greenfields

 

Climbers Association of Western Australia is a representative body of climbers whose purpose is to:

  • promote and develop rock climbing, especially in WA;
  • protect and promote the interests of rock climbers in WA;
  • provide an institution for rock climbers to meet;
  • formulate and publish guidelines; and
  • encourage groups with similar objects to affiliate with the Association.

Slacklining

What is slacklining?
Slacklining refers to the act of walking, running or balancing along a suspended length of flat webbing that is tensioned between two anchors. Slacklining is similar to slack rope walking and tightrope walking. Slacklines differ from tightwires and tightropes in the type of material used and the amount of tension applied during use.

  1. Want to go slacklining?
    Slackline Australia can keep you posted on lessons or equipment.
    Email Info@slackline.com.au

Australian Slacklining Association

Retail

ALS Trade

Slackline Australia