I am a world traveller & a mom of two, (8 & 6). I love to meet people, and am fascinated that there are 7 billion stories out there to be explored. I think Melbourne is the most happening city to live in with all the fun activities around town.
Climbing Walls? Check out Climbzilla instead
Add to your list of activities to do during Autumn school holidays: Climbzilla Climbing Course at Luna Park, St Kilda. If you have never been to Luna Park, or been there too many times, Climbzilla event during school holidays will be a good excuse to visit.
The Climbzilla Adventure Course is an 8 metre high ropes course. It is spread over two levels to increase the challenge, and kids can mix and match to cross the entire course. There are of course height and weight restrictions, and only kids over 100cm and under 95 kgs will be able to make their way onto this adventure course.
Climbzilla Climbing Course (Image from Luna Park website)
This adventure course can be climbed at the child's own pace. If the kids are uncomfortable with heights, they can choose the altitude they wish. Come in large groups to make the challenge fun and competitive.
Climb with friends (Image from Luna Park website)
Along with Climbzilla, there is a rock climbing activity called the Coconut Tree Palm, which is 8.5m high. To let everyone know that you have made it to the top, ring the bell and show off your climbing skills.
Coconut Tree Palm Rock climbing (Image from Luna Park website)