Stone Monkeys – School Term Programs

(5 customer reviews)

Be a part of the youth climbing movement and harness your child’s natural ability to climb.
  • Term bookings based on NSW public school calendar (typically 10 weeks)
  • Mid- term pro-rata registrations accepted based on $27 (weekday) or $32 (Saturday) per session.
  • Current week’s price is adjusted each Sunday and is calculated/ displayed at the Checkout 
  • Term 1 classes resume: Tuesday 1st February
  • Term concludes: Saturday 9th April
  • Registrations NOW OPEN! 
  • Click HERE for first time TRIAL SESSION

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Reviews (5)

5 reviews for Stone Monkeys – School Term Programs

  1. Silvia Gill

    My son Lucca loves climbing with the stone monkeys. He has improved his concentration skills and whole body strength.

  2. Jacqueline (verified owner)

    My son loves the program. He’s in high school, takes the train after school with his friends. The program is a blend of strengthening exercises, and skills-based climbing training. The kids are regularly graded on their skills, and they work hard at challenging themselves and each other to improve.


    My son loves Stone Monkey.
    He really enjoys rock climbing and spending time with good friends.

  4. Fiona Sives (verified owner)

    My nine year old son is a natural climber and I wanted to harness his ability into a formalised activity. He’s improved through learning correct climbing techniques and loves the challenges presented to him. I highly recommend Stone Monkeys! We’ll be back next term.

  5. Lee Roberts (verified owner)

    My son has been climbing with Stone Monkeys during the school terms and holidays for the last year – its the best part of his week. The instructors are great and the kids are a friendly and supportive group. Our son loves the physical and mental challenge of climbing, and has developed a lot of self-confidence as he has advanced through the climbing difficulty levels and learned new skills like lead climbing.

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