The Sunshine Coast Recreation Centre can be found between Currimundi Beach and the mouth of Currimundi Lake, just north of Caloundra. The Sunshine Coast Recreation Centre offers high quality, safe and exciting recreational spaces for groups and families to get involved in.
How good are your climbing skills? Whether a beginner or a champion, The Rock Face at the Sunshine Coast Recreation Centre offers climbers an adrenaline-pumping experience on their ten metre indoor rock wall. Feel the thrill beneath your hands and toes, the rush of excitement as you soar and achieve new heights … why not put yourself to the test and challenge The Rock Face?
The Rock Face is open to the public at the Sunshine Coast Recreation Centre every Saturday and Mondays to Saturdays during school holidays. This ten metre high covered rock wall has more than ten different climbs, offering varying degrees of difficulty from beginner to professional skill levels. For those better-than-average rock climbers in search of a challenge, there are crack-only climbs and overhangs too. The Rock Face has automatic belay systems which are ideal for solo climbs, but rest assured there are always experienced programme staff on hand, ready and able to assist climbers in scaling and conquering new heights.
Starting on Saturday 17 October, the Sunshine Coast Recreation Centre will be opening their pool to to the public every Saturday from 9.00am to 4.30pm. All ages are welcome to come along to enjoy the pool with children under the age of fifteen to be accompanied by a supervising adult. Entry to the pool is $3.90 per person (FREE for any Saturday Rock Climbers).
Sunshine Coast Recreation Centre are opening up their pool to the public, starting Saturday 17 October
Indoor Rock Climbing, with the added benefit of now being able to have a swim too, ensures a fun, exciting and energetic day for the whole family. Scale and swim - families who play together, will definitely stay together!
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