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If you were ever an avid tree-climber as a kid or now your own children like to climb anything and everything, then have I got just the right place for you. I introduce you to SkyZone Macgregor's newest attraction of 'Sky Climb'.
SkyZone is an indoor trampoline park that is very popular with kids and big kids alike. And the 21st of July, 2017 marked an important event for SkyZone with the launch of the Sky Climb. It allows guests to test their strength and reach new heights with a ninja-warrior-like course of 21 challenges and obstacles to choose from.
You are given a quick briefing at the beginning of your session before having a free-for-all choice of any obstacle you'd like to tackle first. The lovely and experienced team of staff at SkyZone will be there to ensure your safety at all times & also to ensure you enjoy yourself at the same time. The course is safe for all ages & all experience levels to test themselves on or to simply have fun with friends.
The obstacles are plenty, so even if there is a large crowd of people you won't be on the sidelines watching for very long. All of the obstacles and walls bring their own creative flare (& difficulty!) to the Sky Climb zone, some notable mentions include the 'Circuitboard', 'Labryinth', 'Volcano', 'Molecules' & so many more!
The 'Beanstalk' obstacle
SkyZone would be an awesome place for kids during their school holidays, and for the parents as well. To parents reading this, you're looked after with plenty of 'chill zones' to relax, an in-house cafe to enjoy a coffee & cake, and the reassuring thought that your children's safety is the number one concern of the SkyZone's staff.
The 'Circuitboard' Wall
I honestly can say that I had one of the best mornings ever at SkyZone, and I can't wait until I can give more of the experiences a go. The place is visually awesome, like you're in a spacey kind of world. Plus trust me when I say that as soon as you get into it, although there may be a slight pain in your arms, you'll want to stay for hours climbing and/or jumping your way to new heights. It's a great way to feel like a kid again!
This one made my knees wobble, but well worth reaching the top!
The SkyZone centre is located at 544 Kessels Road in Macgregor, to the South of Brisbane City. There is plenty of parking available on site so if you're coming in a large group that is definitely an option. However, the most convenient option would be to catch public transport by train, as if you don't arrive early you may be walking anyway to the destination. If you would like any more information on what other attractions SkyZone has to offer, or to book your next sky-high adventure please visit their website or alternatively you can call