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It’s Party Time!

You’re invited to the official Launch Party to celebrate the opening of Flow Bouldering! When: Saturday 13th February 2021 – doors open at 9am with the Launch Party from 5pm and live music from 6pm. Where: just off the M1 Exit 201 – within 30 seconds of the Maroochydore on-ramp from the Bruce Highway, Route …

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We can’t wait to see you!

Our official Launch Party is this Saturday 13th February 2021, when doors open at 9am with a Launch Party from 5pm and live music from 6pm. Flow has a floor size of more than 1,000 square metres, in a huge and airy warehouse at Forest Glen. We’re easy to find – 30 seconds from the …

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Merry Christmas

2020 has been a massive and exciting year for us. We’re so happy to have had so much support from the climbing community. We love the Sunshine Coast and we love climbing in all it’s forms so opening an indoor climbing gym is a dream come true. We’ve worked so hard to make sure we …

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Building An Indoor Climbing Gym

First of all, thank you so much! We’re still recieving messages, comments and likes on our facebook page and Instagram. It’s been an amazing week for us. We’re so psyched to see so many people excited for indoor climbing and can’t wait to see you guys in the gym. But first we have to build …

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1.Climbing Etiquette

There are a lot of unspoken rules in climbing, we’ve talked about a few in our crag care post and in our last post on community. Yesterday we went to a BBQ and climb, with some friends, and were super stoked to meet some new people. There were a lot of climbers there of varying …

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2. Community

We’ve talked about quite a few thoughts now and I’ve been trying to save community until right at the end. You see there are a lot of important parts of climbing but to me none of them are as important as community. It took me a long time to find climbing as a sport, I …

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3. Equipment

Having the right equipment can be the difference between adventure and disaster. Trust me, I’ve been there. I’ve taken a few nasty knocks to the head from falling rocks, and a couple nasty falls that resulted in broken bones and lengthy recovery times. Each time it’s happened I could have avoided it if I just …

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4.Rest

Rest is a vital but undervalued aspect of climbing. I’m sure we’ve all found ourselves falling off a route due to pumped arms and tired muscles. Whenever I coach I always try to drive home one point “the rest is as important as the attempt”. At The Crag Resting between attempts is invaluable. Ensuring adequate …

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5. Motivation & Inspiration

Motivation is probably one of the trickiest things to nail down. For us climbing motivation can feel a little elusive at times, especially when you’re working hard on other aspects of life. Climbing is always our driving passion but sometimes that means more than just going out and getting on some rock. Sometimes following that …

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6. Crag Care

Climbing is a community sport, more than that it’s a sport that brings us into the very heart of natural parks and areas of outstanding natural beauty. Sometimes it’s easy to forget the impact we have as climbers. Especially when (for us) it feels paltry in comparison to some other sports. At Flow our passion …

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