Stadium Stomp Gabba

South Brisbane, Brisbane Area

29 July 2018 - 

Climb your way up, down and around the bays of the iconic Gabba in this 5,000-stair challenge. There will be rest stops (pick a seat!), drink stations and music playing to keep you focused and pumped. Get ready Brisbane!

In 2018, there are course options for everyone – full course at 5,000 stairs and our new Junior Stomp has 600 steps, designed as a taster for kids aged 5-11years. And again, for those who want to stomp until they drop – Stomp Unlimited allows you to complete as many stairs as you dare.

You can choose your own start time – the first wave is 7:00am and then they’re every 15 minutes after that. Junior Stomp, our category especially for families, begins at 11:00am.

If you’re looking for something different for your next fitness challenge, something other than a fun run or bruising obstacle race, look no further than Stadium Stomp Gabba.

Event Dates

This event occurs annually:
29 July 2018

Facilities

  • Kiosk

Event Venues


The Gabba
Address:
Vulture Street
South Brisbane
Queensland, Australia 4101

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