Please make sure you have read and understood the following health and safety information before making your booking.
- Climbers must wear fully enclosed rubber-soled shoes suitable for walking.
- We recommend you wear comfortable clothing suitable for the weather conditions on the day of your climb. You will be required to wear the RoofClimb suit over your own clothing.
- For safety reasons, no loose items, including cameras, phones, and jewellery such as necklaces, bracelets, drop earrings and watches etc, will be permitted on the climb.
- You will be provided with an attachment lanyard for sunglasses and prescription glasses.
- RoofClimb operates in all weather conditions, with the exception of electrical and hail storms, or excessively strong wind conditions.
- Climbers must sign the RoofClimb Declaration and Disclaimer Form and complete a breathalyser test. Anyone who records a blood alcohol reading of 0.05% or higher will be unable to participate in the climb.
- For safety reasons all climbers must meet a minimum height of 120 centimetres and a maximum weight of 136 kilograms fully clothed.
- Children aged between 8 and 15 years inclusive must be accompanied by a paying adult, with a maximum of 3 children per adult.
- Climbers over the age 75 years will need to have theMedical Clearance Form signed by their doctor prior to climbing.
- Please refer to the RoofClimb Terms & Conditions prior to booking.
You will be required to read and sign the RoofClimb Declaration and Disclaimer Form as part of the preparation process.
If you are under the age of 18, you will need to bring this form with you on the day signed by your parent or legal guardian.
You will not be able to participate in the climb if your health, physical or psychological condition or any other personal factor may endanger or risk your health and safety, or that of other climbers or RoofClimb staff or affect your ability to complete the climb unassisted.
Please don’t hesitate to contact our RoofClimb staff if you have any questions or concerns.
You will be required to provide evidence that you have been cleared by a suitably qualified medical practitioner as fit to participate in the RoofClimb if you:
• are less than 20 weeks pregnant;
• are over the age of 75 years;
• suffer from any heart condition (including low or high blood pressure);
• suffer from any respiratory condition;
• are missing or partly missing any limb;
• suffer from vertigo, dizziness or loss of balance;
• suffer from epilepsy;
• suffer from any neurological condition;
• suffer from a learning or other condition that cause you to be unable to follow safety instructions for the duration of the Commonwealth Bank RoofClimb experience;
• suffer from visual impairment (except those wearing prescription glasses or contact lenses);
• suffer from hearing impairment;
• suffer from an acute gastrointestinal condition;
• suffer from a sleep condition; or
• suffer from any other condition or impairment that you feel may inhibit your ability to complete the RoofClimb unassisted and without endangering or risking your own health and safety, or that of other climbers or our RoofClimb staff.
TheMedical Clearance Form must be signed no more than 21 days prior to the date of your RoofClimb. You can provide the signed form to us at the time of check-in, however we recommend that you submit it to us up to 7 days prior to your scheduled RoofClimb.
It’s natural to experience a degree of fear when you’re positioned at heights – many of us do!
RoofClimb is the perfect way to challenge your fear of heights in an adventurous yet safe environment under the encouragement and supervision of our specially trained RoofClimb Leaders.
You’ll be fitted with a safety harness that secures you to an inner hand rail for the entire journey, so you can relax and enjoy the sights around you. Before long, your adrenalin will take over any doubts you had and you’ll find yourself marvelling at the breathtaking views of Adelaide and its surrounds. You’ll also feel incredibly proud of yourself for facing your fear head on!
If you are feeling particularly nervous, let your RoofClimb Leader know on the day and they’ll make sure you are feeling comfortable throughout the experience and will provide you with extra assistance if needed.
Please note that if you have been medically diagnosed with Acrophobia, you will not be permitted to participate.