Information and Safety2019-06-27T07:08:40+00:00

WHAT TO WEAR

Comfortable clothing is recommended and enclosed sports shoes essential. It’s also a good idea to cover your shoulders, waist and thighs so the harness fits comfortably.

BE SUN SMART

It’s easy to forget about the sun when you’re outdoors; make sure to apply plenty of sunscreen and wear a hat before you start your climb.

Phones and Cameras

We’d love to see your adventures – share your experience on Facebook or Instagram and tag us #climbzone in the shot!

When using the ropes courses pockets must be empty and hands free. This means jewellery, phones, wallets, keys and cameras cannot be carried on the course.

bad weather

Guest safety is our highest priority. If it becomes necessary to cancel activities for reasons beyond our control (such as lightning, high winds or storms) our Team will assist you off the courses.

If bad weather is predicted and there is any perceived risk to Guest safety, The Climb Zone Team will not operate any of our attractions.

GETTING THERE

The Climb Zone is located at Kerem Adventure Camp in Bullsbrook. We are 45 minutes from the Perth CBD and just 15 minutes from Joondalup. Enter via Kirby Road, off Neaves Road.

PARKING

For Guest convenience car parking is available adjacent to the High Ropes Course. Please use The Climb Zone entry and avoid driving through the Camp.

ACCESSIBILITY

A number of our activities are accessible to people with a range of physical, sensory and mental abilities. Our Team members provide expert advice on the most appropriate courses for all visitors and safety requirements.

WE TAKE SAFETY SERIOUSLY

Guests using the High Ropes course will be correctly fitted with a sit harness and attached to a continuous belay overhead tracking system. The Swiss made SafeRoller system prevents climbers from disconnecting their sling line from the course at any time. The climber’s sling line is inserted into the overhead track before they leave the ground, and it cannot be unhooked from the system until they are back on the ground.

A certified operator is responsible for hooking and unhooking the participants. The safety system prevents participants from falling if they slip off of an activity. Climbers traverse each element by walking, balancing or climbing.

Click Here for more information on the High Ropes Course

Click Here for more information on the Low Ropes Course

Click Here for more information on the Climbing Wall

Click Here for more information on The Web Crawler climbing tower

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