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Hardrock Climbing

Recomendado por 18 habitantes del lugar ·

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Samuel Dian
Samuel Dian
July 27, 2018
Just because it's literally around the corner! Great for beginners or experiend climbers
Sue
Sue
March 9, 2017
indoor rock climbing.
Dan
Dan
February 14, 2017
In the middle of the city, climb rock whilst the city shimmers below you!
Lauraine
Lauraine
April 21, 2016
No bookings required. Great for partners or groups. As energetic as you make it. Memorable fun. Everything supplied. Just rock up and start climbing. Easy as that.
J J
J J
April 20, 2016
Cool rock-climbing place, not good for those with fear of heights. Wear appropriate gear (gym-gear is fine), they do equipment & shoe hire.

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Ubicación
8 Franklin St
Melbourne, VIC 3000
Teléfono+61 3 9631 5300
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