This place is hidden away in the industrial area of Castle Hill and is best described as a creative indoor rock climbing place like no other in Sydney, as it is not just rocks you will be climbing - there is a spider web, a rope ladder, a cargo net and even dangling logs.
This is definitely a place to take the kids, but it is certainly not just for the young ones. And take it from me when I say you do not need to have a high level of fitness or coordination to enjoy this place
I mean sure, it helps, but if you are willing to leave your pride at the door and regain your sense of adventure, you will still manage to have a whole lot of fun, even if you say, accidentally smack your head into a climbing wall (not that that happened to me), plough face first into the sumo hug bag (I'm just assuming that could happen), or struggle to find the strength to attach the rope to your harness (that may have happened several times).
And if you still have any energy left, for an extra $5 each you can try any of the extra jumps like walking up the Kung Fu poles blindfolded, sliding down the big drop or one of the leaps of faith a jump from high up to either a trapeze or the sumo hug boxing bag (remember to jump arms first, not face first).
Your fingers will need some TLC after a visit here, but it is definitely worth it to regain that sense of adventure that came so naturally to you when you were a child.
I went there today and enjoyed it. Theres not alot to do there. We got talked into paying for 3 hours but by 1.5 hours my 12 year old son and myself were a bit bored but i still found fun "I'll beat you games" to keep it fun for us so we made use of the 3 hours. You only need 1 hour to comfortbly go around on everything. Worth a try but wont go back again.
We went there last Friday and was part of a group of 5 families with about 20 kids. The kids had a great time. The 'school holidays special' - 3 hours for $22 was fantastic value which was only $4 extra on top of the normal $18 for one hour, beats laser tag or bowling.
took my 14 year old son and 6 year old niece and 4 year old nephew and they absolutely loved it. None of them said "I'm bored" the whole time we were there!. This 50 year old got up there too and had lots of fun. Highly recommended.