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Kids Ninja Warrior Courses in Brisbane | Find Your Kids Inner Ninja!

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Are you looking for a kids’ Ninja warrior course in Brisbane? Ninja Warrior Australia is HUGE at the moment, so we’ve got your list of Ninja locations.

Forget Kung-Fu Panda and Karate Kid, the latest ‘warrior’ craze for kids is Ninja! Following the success of TV shows like Australian Ninja Warrior and a host of YouTube stunt videos, today’s kids are looking for fitness, fun and adventure – and we’re all for it! Find out where you can take your wannabe Ninja Warrior to learn Parkour and Ninja skills, or centres where they can indulge in a little free-running, climbing and jumping over challenging obstacle courses.

We’ve found Ninja courses for kids of all ages – from just walking to adult – across Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast! Scroll down for a map of your nearest Ninja warrior course!

Urban Xtreme Ninja Course

Kids Ninja courses brisbane

Urban Xtreme is a full-on action-packed adventure centre on the north side of Brisbane. You can ski, bounce or climb here … or take on the Ninja challenge! The Xtreme Ninja course is open to children aged 8 years and above who are at least 130cm tall, and closed shoes must be worn. You can enjoy the Ninja course as part of your park pass, or be trained over a 10-week course by an experienced Parkour instructor. Keen to give it a try? Check out our video review of Urban Xtreme Ninja here.

Watch our Ninja Xtreme video

Location: 4/370 Nudgee Road, Hendra
Website: urban-xtreme.com.au

Terrain Training

Terrain Training offers six-week Ninja training programs on their outdoor obstacle course to children from 5 years old. During the courses (held Saturdays and Sundays) children will develop grip, strength, balance and strategy to help them navigate the various challenges. There’s a lot of swinging, climbing and energy involved, so if you want peaceful weekend afternoons while the exhausted kids recover, this is the Ninja warrior course for you!

Location: 7027 Southport Nerang Road, Nerang
Website: terraintraining.com.au/kids-ninja-hq-queensland

Crank Indoor Climbing

walking the slackline at Crank Indoor Climbing

Crank Indoor Climbing has amazing rock climbing walls and bouldering areas, but the fun doesn’t stop there – they have an awesome Parkour course too! Participants must be 8 years or older but you can enter on a casual pass or sign up to one of their term-time Youth Parkour development programs. The Parkour programs are taught by professional Ninja Warriors, some of whom have been on the Australian Ninja Warrior Tv show! Check out our video review of Crank Indoor Climbing here.

Location: 2/537 Kessels Road, Macgregor
Website: crankclimbing.com.au

Planet Commando

Are you ready for the ultimate challenge? Those with a fear of heights need not apply! The challenge course at Planet Commando will test your nerve and skills over a series of military style obstacles, including high ropes, rappelling walls, giant swings and daring leaps from a tower into an inflatable crash mat. To participate, juniors must be able to reach 1.8m with their arms above their heads. Discounts are available for pre-booked groups!

Location: 76 Business Street, Yatala
Website: planetcommando.com.au

Planet Commando Yatala

Planet Commado, Yatala, image from their website

Stunt Park Ninja Course

Stunt Park has something for everyone – even for toddlers aged 2 years up! As you might guess from the name there are a LOT of skills on offer here, from learning action movie stunts to developing your inner Ninja Warrior on the obstacle course. Children can sign up for the 4-week Ninja Warrior training course, or book in for a stunt training session. There really is too much on offer for us to list here, so head on over to their website to find out more!

Location: 7027 Southport Nerang Road, Nerang
Website: stuntpark.com.au

Brisbane Parkour Association

The original Ninja Warriors were the Parkour free-runners, using fitness, strength and balance to overcome physical and mental obstacles in awe-inspiring displays of agility. The Brisbane Parkour Association aims to teach those skills to boys and girls aged from 7 years up in a number of locations across Brisbane. Find out more on their website!

Locations: 204 Turbot Street, Brisbane; 5 The Esplanade, Forest Lake; Kangaroo Point Rotunda, Kangaroo Point
Website: brisbaneparkour.com.au

Ninja Central, Orion Springfield

It used to be play cafés that dominated the kid scene in shopping centres, but in the Orion Shopping Centre in Springfield they’ve gone Ninja! Ninja Central on the ground floor is open every day except Mondays and Tuesdays, and the obstacles change every month to keep things fresh and exciting. The great thing about Ninja Central is that they offer Mini Ninjas for children from just walking to 4-years old (a 45-minute free play session every Wednesday morning, perfect for mums’ groups!) and a variety of passes for older kids from a single lap of the Ninja course to a full day pass.

Location: 1 Main Street, Springfield
Website: orionspringfieldcentral.com.au

Terrain Training Ninja Central Ninja Course

Obstacle Obsession

Obstacle obsession in Mt Cotton is an authentic outdoor obstacle course in the exhilarating “mud run” format. The personal trainers there will take kids through weekly fun obstacle training, ½ day camps and school holiday camps, and will even host your Ninja birthday party! Children from 5 years up are welcome to come and get dirty in some good old fashioned fun.

Location: 65-71 Karingal Road, Mt Cotton
Website: obstacleobsession.com.au

Bounce X-Park

bounce-indoor-trampoline-tingalpa

It used to be all about flips and aerials on the trampolines at Bounce, but now there’s an extra challenge to your agility with the Bounce X-Park. The X-Park has challenges modelled on the TV show Ninja Warrior course, with ‘floating steps’, net walls and rock walls, beams, trampolines, and a flying fox. It’s all included in your entry price but closed-toe shoes must be worn on the X-Park course and participants need to be a minimum 125cm tall. Read our review of Bounce here.

Location: 40 Enterprise Place, Tingalpa
Website: bounceinc.com.au/venue-tingalpa-qld

My First Gym

My First Gym aims to bring a love of exercise and movement to children of all ages from baby to teen, with a range of fun classes on offer. Along with dance, cheer and yoga, boys and girls can put their balance and agility to the test on a fun Ninja course in the Ninja Warrior school holiday camps and regular Parkour and Ninja Warrior gym classes. There are several locations across Brisbane to choose from, so check out their timetable to find a class and location to suit you!

Locations of My First Gym:

  • Home and Leisure Centre, Westfield Carindale, Creek Road, Carindale (next to Mr Toys);
  • Park Street, Hawthorne;
  • 82 North Lakes Drive, North Lakes;
  • Cnr Scottsdale Drive and Robina Town Centre Drive, Robina;
  • Unit 4/20 Kortum Drive, Burleigh Heads;
  • Shop 25b Sunshine Coast Home, 100 Maroochydore Road, Maroochydore;
  • Town Square, Redbank Plains Shopping Centre, Redbank Plains.

Website: myfirstgym.com.au

Ninja Warrior obstacle challenge events

If the Ninja bug has well and truly bitten your child, let them show off their skills by registering them for an official obstacle challenge event course.

Events like Miss Muddy, Obstacool, YMCA Rat Race, Foam Fest and many others run throughout the year in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast. To find an event near you, click this link for the Kids Race Calendar.

Build your own Ninja Warrior course

If you’ve got the space, they’ve got the equipment! There are several businesses in Brisbane who can supply and install a variety of Ninja course equipment and materials. If your child is dedicated to practicing their Parkour skills, and money and space are no ‘obstacle’ (sorry!), a Google search will amaze you with what’s on offer.

Alternatively, little ones can have heaps of fun in your own backyard with a DIY obstacle course. A little imagination can turn household items and toys such as rope, baskets, and outdoor toys into a range of fun challenges. Take a look here for inspiration.

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