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Northside Climb

8/1 Business Dr, Narangba

Ten Rock Climbing Day Passes for One ($49) or Two People ($95) with Northside Climb (Up to $400 Value)

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One or two rock climbing aficionados can enjoy ten passes to this North Lakes facility; includes harness hire

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The Deal

$49 for ten rock climbing day passes for one person (total value up to $200)

$95 for ten rock climbing day passes for two people (total value up to $400)


  • Learn and practice rock climbing thanks to these ten day passes
  • Includes harness hire
  • Bring a friend and challenge the walls together

Fine Print

Must be 4 or older. All participants should ensure that they are in good health; if in doubt, please consult a GP. Valid days and hours: Mon, Wed and Fri 3pm-8.30pm, Tue and Thu 11am-8.30pm, Sat 10am-7pm, Sun 10am-4pm. Persons under 18 must have guardian-signed waiver. No booking required. To belay must be 14 years and above. Present printed or smartphone voucher on arrival. Download free Groupon app for Android and iOS. Same person must use all 10 classes, voucher cannot be shared. Includes harness. Enclosed shoes required. Dress in attire suitable for gym or exercise. Chalk bag or climbing shoe hire not included. All Climbers must have a current Exodus Adventures Release of Liability Form (waiver) on file to enter the climbing area. You can fill this out online before you attend or you can sign it on the day: All climbers must watch a Climbing Safety video, or undergo a verbal safety induction with one of appointed staff before being granted access to the climbing area. Standard fine print for all deals. Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as gift(s). Expires 3 months after purchase.

About Northside Climb

Northside Climb offer a broad range of adrenaline-pumping activities. These include white water rafting, river tubing, indoor rock climbing, sea kayaking, abseiling, and survival courses. Those who prefer more peaceful experiences can opt for flat water canoeing, fishing, or campfire cooking.