Rock Climbing Tasmania

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

Rock Climbing Tasmania are a guiding company that utilises the world-class rock climbing areas of Tasmania to offer experiences in the vertical for a huge range of clients. Tours incorporate Rock Climbing and Abseiling.

From school groups and those new to the sport on an introductory day trip in Launceston’s Cataract Gorge through to personalised multi-day adventures for experienced climbers on some of the more remote cliffs in the state.

We can tailor at tour to suit you and your group offering both abseiling and rock climbing experiences.


From $195 to $250

Located in the heart of Launceston, the Cataract Gorge is a natural gem that has been the training ground for local climbers for years.

This tour starts with an introductory abseil off a spectacular cliff overlooking the water.

Once you have mastered this skill we move on to some top rope climbing at the nearby Trackside Buttress.

The finish is a combination of both skills with an abseil to the base of Feltham Buttress prior to climbing back out.

Disabled Access

From $325 to $345

On the spectacular East Coast, Freycinet Peninsular is home to one of the most popular climbing areas in the State with the cliffs plunging into the sea on the edge of the coast. The rock here is Granite and it offers a wide range of options for all climbers.

On this tour, you visit the Iconic White Water Wall area and start with some introductory Climbing and Abseiling at Lassies Wall. After Lunch climbers tackle the spectacular Harlequin abseil, at 50metres this offers a great view at the start point along with an exciting free-hanging section in the middle. There is then the option to climb on the 60-meter-high White Water Wall.

Ask about other options if you have had some prior climbing experience, the trip can be tailored to suit your ability.

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