The Gravity Well


Respect, kindness, encouragement 

Bouldering is a sport where climbers ascend walls or rocks using only their hands and feet, the wall is low enough that climbers can fall safely onto mats placed at the base of the wall without the need for further safety equipment. It is a problem-solving sport; no two boulder problems are ever the same, so the particular sequence of movements and techniques required to climb a boulder problem is always unique. Figuring out the particular movements and techniques required to solve a boulder problem is an important aspect of the sport.

Everyone is welcome at the Gravity Well and they hope to create an inclusive community environment for people to grow physically, as well as mentally. Enjoy a fantastic and creative bouldering experience and social scene. The gym is a space built to help climbers reach new levels, whether just starting out or continuing on your climbing journey. Mon-Sat. Check online for times.



For more info visit:

The Gravity Well


37 Wakatu Lane



Transport & Parking

Do not park in the spaces marked PRIVATE around the complex. Please park in the Wakatu Car Park or across the street. Better yet, ride your bike, take the bus or walk.

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