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Australia Climbing and Abseiling

If extreme sports are your thing, try rock climbing or abseiling in Australia. Australia climbing and abseiling activities may include mountain climbing, boulder climbing, indoor wall climbing and abseiling adventures. more

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  • Aardvark Adventures Tasmania

    Aardvark Adventures is an adventure tourism business located in Hobart, Tasmania. With over 28 years in the industry, we specialise in abseiling, white water rafting, school programs and team-building/bonding activities. Our staff are committed to the principles of best practice, and are leaders in the development of new programs and...

  • Adventure Out Australia

    Elevate your adrenalin and challenge the body and mind with Adventure Out Australia's adventure programs, run throughout the spectacular region of Western Australia and beyond. Learn to climb, experience the rush of abseiling, thrill to the ride of white water rafting, or conquer remote treks, all with their friendly and...

  • Adventurous Women

    Adventurous Women is a locally owned and operated company, providing escorted adventure travel, tours, activities and events exclusively for women. From low level walking to the more challenging mountain climbs, inspirational retreats and adventure weekends, there is something for everyone. Their mission is to provide women with an opportunity for...

  • Aussie Wanderer

    Aussie Wanderer Adventure Tours is a leading small group, nature based tour company in Western Australia, offering a broad range of eco adventure tours and great value for money. With an average group size of 12 people Aussie Wanderer focuses on flexibility and a personal approach. They make sure their...

  • Australian Wilderness Adventures

    Australian Wilderness Adventures is a tour company born from a desire by two of Australia's most experienced wilderness guides, Holger Strie and Richard Mayne, to take people into the wilds of this beautiful country, onto the paths less travelled, and into the heart of the Australian wilderness. Their focus is...

  • Auswalk Walking Holidays

    Have you done an Auswalk yet? Next time you need to unwind, feel the wind in your hair or soak up the rejuvenating wonders of the Australian bush - slow down and go on foot. Try one of Auswalk's unique inn-to-inn trips. You'll walk through National Parks from one delightful...

  • Bald Rock National Park

    200 metres above the surrounding bushland Bald Rock is a massive granite dome 750 metres long and 500 metres wide, the largest exposed granite rock in the Southern Hemisphere. A number of walks make the most of the Bald Rock National Park granite landscape - including the track to the...

  • Basket Swamp National Park

    Basket Swamp National Park is a woodland park without facilities that suits self-reliant bushwalkers. Bush camping facilities are provided in this waterlogged park. It includes Timbarra Lookout and gives access to nearby Basket Swamp Falls and the Woollool Woolloolni Aboriginal Place. Boonoo State Forest, which has a picnic and camping...

  • Bell Gorge

    Beautiful Bell Gorge, with its stunning waterfall, bushwalking and bird watching, lies within the Kimberley's rugged King Leopold Range Conservation Park. During the wet season great volumes of water cascade down the waterfall, making it the perfect place for a refreshing swim. Make sure you bring your camera as Bell...

  • Ben Lomond National Park

    Summer or winter, the craggy Ben Lomond National Park plateau, northern Tasmania, attracts adventure seekers. The park includes Tasmania’s second-highest peak, Legges Tor, which is 1572 metres (5147 feet) above sea level. It is Tasmania’s primary downhill ski field. Rock climbing, alpine walking, cross country and downhill skiing are the...

  • Blue Mountains National Park

    It's big, blue and beautiful! Blue Mountains National Park is located just 60 kilometres west of Sydney. It is unique in it's history, its wildlife and world famous scenery. The landscape is part of the traditional country of Aboriginal people including Daruk, Gundungurra, Wiradjuri and Dharwal. The park includes the...

  • Boonoo Boonoo Falls National Park

    Boonoo Boonoo Falls National Park (pronounced 'bunna boonoo', a local Aboriginal term for big rocks) is located north of Tenterfield. The Falls cascade over the eastern edge of the New England tableland crashing 220 metres into the rainforest and gorges below. An old gold field, Morgans Gully, can be visited...

  • Border Ranges National Park

    A world heritage listed rainforest, the Border Ranges lies on the New South Wales/Queensland border. It encompasses 31,729 hectares of scenic rainforest featuring deep gorges with waterfalls that plunge hundreds of metres. Bushwalkers and birdwatchers flock to this park. Pinnacle Lookout offers views of Mount Warning, the escarpment and all...

  • Brooyar State Forest

    Brooyar State Forest features sandstone cliffs, hoop pine plantations and a mix of tall open eucalypt forest with spotted gums. Pockets of riparian rainforest fringe Glastonbury Creek. Take a scenic drive, stopping to enjoy views from Point Pure lookout (300 metre return walk) or a short stroll along an old...

  • Bungonia National Park

    Bungonia State Recreation Area is the largest recreation area in NSW. The area has hilly ridges of the dry sclerophyll forests, flora and fauna and deep limestone caverns. The gorge at Bungonia Creek is the most spectacular feature - it is the deepest in Australia and among the most dramatic...

  • Cape Arid National Park

    For four wheel driving along vast white beaches, camping out under a star-filled sky, colourful wildflowers, whale watching and swimming at secluded bays, a visit to Cape Arid National Park east of Esperance is a must. This untouched paradise is also known for its excellent bushwalking and beach fishing. Most...

  • Cape Le Grand National Park

    There aren’t too many places in Australia where kangaroos sunbake on the beach, but at Cape Le Grand National Park this is just one of the many natural highs on offer. This pristine park near Esperance is known for its stunning scenery and idyllic beaches where you can go swimming,...

  • Capricorn Caves

    Capricorn Caves is a tranquil bush retreat, located just 23 kilometres north of Rockhampton, just minutes off the Bruce Highway. The 33 hectare property offers a range of accommodation options which can cater for the individual right through to large groups. Spacious one and two bedroom deluxe cabins are fully...

  • Cathedral Range State Park

    The Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges region is home to some of Victoria's most impressive tall forests. Once logged to make masts for ships, the area is now a haven for lyrebirds, and a great place to walk, cycle, picnic or sit and relax. Follow the many walks and trails...

  • Centennial Glen

    Just one kilometre west of Blackheath, Centennial Glen is a cool Glen with small waterfalls, ferns and impressive sandstone overhangs and provides excellent views of Kanimbla Valley. The Glen is also a popular site for rock climbers. The Centennial Glen/Porters Pass circuit walk takes about three hours, and has some...

  • Clip 'N Climb Melbourne

    Clip 'N Climb is Melbourne's most exciting and exhilarating indoor climbing attraction. With 33 unique and colourful climbing challenges, each requiring different skill and agility, Clip 'N Climb offers unlimited fun and adrenaline for all ages that love to climb. Clip 'N Climb use climbing harnesses with an automatic belay...

  • Coongarra Rock

    For Four Wheel Drive enthusiasts, Coongarra Rock and Falls provide an opportunity to explore rocky outcrops, caves, rock pools and natural vegetation. It is possible to climb the rock but should only be attempted by fit and experienced bushwalkers. It is situated 24 kilometres south of Biggenden and Coalstoun Lakes....

  • Cradle Mountain Canyons

    Cradle Mountain Canyons offers quality canyoning tours around the Cradle Mountain area, in northwest Tasmania. The business is wholly Tasmanian owned and operated. The operation is based in the Cradle Mountain National Park, and takes you to spectacular, rarely seen areas and canyons. Come along for an adventure and see...

  • Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

    Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is More Australian, More Natural, More Fun! Amazing Australian wildlife, you can cuddle a koala; feed a friendly kangaroo, experience the wild Lorikeet Feeding, Free-flight Bird Show and Australiana Sheep Shearing. Witness Aboriginal presenters perform didgeridoo and dancers shows, test your physical ability on the Adventure Parc...

  • Dunns Swamp

    Dunns Swamp is a spectacular car based camping and picnic area on the headwaters of the Cudgegong River on the western edge of Wollemi National Park. The area has excellent bushwalking, cycling, fishing, swimming and canoeing which can all be done commencing from the camping area. The area has towering...

  • Eagle Gorge

    Eagle Gorge in the Kalbarri National Park offers spectacular views of the Murchison River and the interior of the park from its peak. Named after the wedge-tailed eagles that live in the gorge, keep and eye out for these magnificent birds that can often be seen in nests and soaring...

  • Earth Adventure

    Earth Adventure was created in 1999 to service a growing number of clients, both groups and individuals, with their outdoor adventure recreation experiences. The purpose of Earth Adventure is to provide people with safe and enjoyable outdoor recreation experiences. Earth Adventure offers a broad range of activities and tours on...

  • Earth Adventures

    Earth Adventures is one of South Australia’s leading providers of outdoor adventure programs, with the purpose of providing people with safe and enjoyable outdoor recreation experiences. Our services include river and sea kayak days and extended tours, rock climbing and abseiling introduction and advanced training, kayak basic skills courses, pathfinder...

  • Ferntree Gully Reserve

    Ferntree Gully is a highly scenic rainforest area 17 kilometres north of Rylstone. There are many walking tracks at Ferntree Gully that take you down into the cool narrow fern-tree studded valley floor, and/or around the top edge of the rocks where you can get an overview of the valley...

  • Flame Lily Adventures

    Flame Lily Adventure Park offers day trippers and resident guests accommodation - cabins, powered and unpowered caravan and camping sites, dam fishing, kayaking, cycle and walking and running tracks, river fishing and canoeing, residents gym room, full shower and toilet amenities block, picnic areas, animal enclosure, canoe trips and commando...

  • Flinders Ranges National Park

    The Flinders Ranges National Park is one of South Australia's most popular destinations. This area is world-renowned for its geological history, Aboriginal rock art sites, impressive fossil remains and its ruins of early European settlement. Aboriginal people have lived in the Flinders Ranges for tens of thousands of years. For...

  • Fortescue Falls

    Take a refreshing dip under Fortescue Falls, Karijini National Park’s only permanent waterfall. The ancient gorges, tunnels and waterways of Karijini are famous for their bushwalking trails, lush vegetation and sheer-sided chasms up to 100 metres deep. You can reach Fortescue Falls and the aptly named Fern Pool by hiking...

  • Freycinet National Park

    Freycinet National Park with its pink granite mountains is a long peninsula jutting out into the Tasman Sea on Tasmania’s east coast. The park is famous for Wineglass Bay, just one of its white sandy beaches and the pure clear turquoise waters that are perfect for sea kayaking, swimming, and...

  • Galore Hill Nature Reserve

    Situated just off the Sturt Highway between Narrandera and Wagga Wagga, and only 13 kilometres from Lockhart, Galore Hill is an impressive landmark that covers over 500 hectares of thriving bushland. Drive to the top of the Saddle or the Summit and enjoy stunning views, well maintained bushwalking tracks, and...

  • Geikie Gorge

    For a taste of Aboriginal culture and stunning outback scenery, visit Geikie Gorge near the town of Fitzroy Crossing in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The flood waters of the Fitzroy River have carved out the ancient 30 metre deep gorge through Geikie Range. Here you can see layers...

  • Geikie Gorge National Park

    See fresh water crocodiles, all manner of birdlife, and other native animals like dingos and wallabies at Geikie Gorge National Park in the Kimberley region. The main attraction is the multi-coloured cliffs of Geikie Gorge where the Fitzroy River has cut through fossil reef over millions of years. You can...

  • Glenworth Valley Outdoor Adventures

    Glenworth Valley is one of Australia's largest horse riding and outdoor adventure centres, located in the hinterland of the New South Wales Central Coast, located an hour's drive from Sydney. Escape and explore 3,000 acres of the finest unspoilt wilderness and immerse yourself in the great outdoors for a day...

  • Goin' Off Safaris

    A truly personalised world class experience, Goin' Off Safaris is a locally owned and run business showcasing the very best secrets of South Australia's untouched Eyre Peninsula. There are very few places in the world where you can interact with marine life in their own natural environment, but Goin' Off...

  • Grampians Personalised Tours and Adventures

    A spectacular natural experience awaits as you explore the Grampians National Parks ancient mountain ranges with Grampians Personalised Tours and Adventures. The unique 4WD tours travel on remote bush tracks to discover rugged landscapes, temperate rainforests, breathtaking views and waterfalls. Unique native flora and fauna highlight the experience. Tours and...

  • Greenhills Adventure Park

    If you want a day packed full of fun, food and adventure, there is only one place to go; Greenhills Adventure Park at Victor Harbor. Nestled in the picturesque Hindmarsh Valley just over an hour's drive south of Adelaide, Greenhills Adventure Park offers something for all ages. From golf and...

  • Hamersley Gorge

    For a revitalising spa treatment like no other, take a dip into Hamersley Gorge, a natural spa rock pool in Karijini National Park. As you lie back into the water, you’ll be amazed by the spectacular rock formations carved out by Mother Nature over millions of years. This incredible backdrop...

  • Hangdog Climbing Gym

    Hangdog has over a 100 different climbs on 40 ropes, offering a great range of climbs from easy to extremely challenging. Hangdog teaches you how to belay (hold and control the rope) your partner safely in a few minutes at the beginning of your first visit. Gym features include: wide...

  • Hillocks Drive

    Hillocks Drive embraces several kilometres of spectacular, rugged coastline interspersed with quiet, sandy beaches and rock pools. A photographer's delight, well known for rock and surf fishing and a haven from the pressures of city living. Kangaroos, pygmy possums, emus and native birds abound in nearby scrubland. Hillocks Drive is...

  • Jenolan Caves

    'Fun', 'spectacular', 'magnificent' and 'unbelievable' are the words you will use to describe Jenolan Caves. Open every day of the year, award-winning Jenolan Caves is regarded as Australia's most outstanding cave system. With 11 spectacular show caves, underground rivers and awe-inspiring formations, Jenolan is among the finest and oldest cave...

  • Just 4 Fun Aqua Park

    Just 4 Fun Aqua Park is serious fun - not just 4 kids! Climb, slide, jump and splash - floating fun for all ages! Situated on the picturesque estuary in the heart of Mandurah. Inflatable floating equipment includes the giant five metre high 'Iceberg' and the 'Rock' climbing walls, the...

  • K7 Adventures

    Get adventurous with K7 Adventures in Canberra. Canberra Climbing Adventures offers a wide range of programs to suit everyone's adventure needs. They specialise in taking individuals, groups, schools, and corporate teams rock climbing, abseiling and caving in the ACT and surrounds. Based in the heart of Canberra it's only a...

  • Kalbarri National Park

    Over 183,000 hectares of outback adventures, dramatic gorges and dazzling wildflowers make Kalbarri National Park one of Western Australia's most popular places to visit. The seaside town of Kalbarri is a six and a half hour drive north of Perth, or you can fly there in just two hours. You'll...

  • Kangaroo Point Cliffs

    Offering impressive early morning or evening views, extending across the river to the City and beyond to the mountains surrounding the city's outskirts, the Kangaroo Point Cliffs are a popular picnic spot. At the cliffs' base are well maintained gas barbecues and eating spots, interspersed between vibrant river's edge sculptures,...

  • Karijini National Park

    Two billion years in the making, Karijini National Park is one of Western Australia's most spectacular natural attractions offering amazing hiking trails through ancient gorges. With massive gorges, crystal clear rock pools and waterfalls, Karijini National Park is a must for anyone with a thirst for adventure. Explore tunnels of...

  • Kellys Falls

    The picturesque waterfalls of Kellys Falls, is an easy five minute walk from the roadside, or cars can be driven right to the falls. Bush tracks offering scenic walks are available as well as barbecue and picnic areas. It is only a few minutes drive from the township of Helensburgh,...

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