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Friction Bouldering is Ballarat’s and Western Victoria’s first indoor bouldering facility. Located in Delacombe, they have world-class walls with new problems going up every week.

Friction is a locally owned and operated bouldering gym with over 20 years of rock climbing experience. Unique bouldering problems cater for kids as young as six years old, and all levels of climbing, from beginner to absolute crusher. Day passes and memberships are available to enjoy six days a week. Customers can stay for as long as they like with climbing shoes and chalk available for hire or enjoy their chill-out area with many great climbing books and world cup replays.

Bouldering essentials are available in the shop, with chalk, chalk bags, tape, brushes and climbing shoes to provide everything you might need to enjoy a day bouldering.

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  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

7 Laidlaw Drive, Delacombe VIC 3356

$25 per person

Day passes – no time limit
Shoe hire is extra


Accessibility Information

  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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