Find spectacular settings for climbing, abseiling and caving all around Victoria. Choose from simple climbing routes and leisurely cave walks to the most challenging cliff climbs and cave drops.
Mt Arapiles, 340 kilometres north-west of Melbourne, is recognised as one of the world’s best climbing areas, offering more than 2,000 routes with something to suit climbers of any ability. The nearby Grampians also features dozens of cliffs and crags to explore.
The best caving in the state can be found in the Buchan Cave Reserve in the Snowy Mountains, and at the Princess Margaret Rose Cave outside Nelson (past Portland) along the Great Ocean Road.
Abseiling offers you access to remote areas and jaw-dropping views. The Gorge at Mount Buffalo is an exciting spot for abseiling and has some great harder climbs in the alpine setting.
Rock climbing & abseiling
Return to the Grampians to beat your previous best rock climbing and abseiling efforts, inspired by the challenging rock faces and big reputation.
Clamber over the High Country's iconic rocky outcrops, putting into practice your training or learning the ropes with experienced operators.
Skydiving & hang gliding
Test your mettle and experience the rush of adrenaline and spectacular aerial views of Victoria's High Country at 220 kilometres an hour.
Feel the thrill of a tandem skydive from Torquay or Bells Beach and free fall for up to a minute before a gentle descent back to earth.
Get in on the action
From rock climbing and skydiving to caving and paint ball, join a tour or visit a venue and be a part of the action.