Find out more about our inclusive community guidelines below

Acknowledgement of country

We acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, the traditional owners of the country that we work and gather on NOMAD Bouldering. We pay respect to elders, past and present. We acknowledge sovereignty was never ceded.

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Community guidelines

"A Space for all to challenge themselves and learn"

At NOMAD Bouldering this mission guides our actions. We endeavour to build a space that cultivates a diverse and vibrant community. We challenge our members to be the best version of themselves - regardless of age, ability level, body type or size, race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or any other identity, culture, or background.

The guidelines below are the bedrock of our community. NOMAD Bouldering reserves the right to refuse access to the facility for failing to comply with any of the following community guidelines:

1. Empathy. NOMAD is a place for people from all backgrounds and ability levels to come together. Try your best to understand, appreciate and honour them.

2. Respect. Practicing self awareness is something we strive for at all times. In the climbing gym this looks like:

  • Asking people if they would like advice or “beta”. Giving unsolicited advice may be seen as condescending.
  • Sharing the space. Consider your behaviour, words and body language when occupying the same space as others.
  • Being respectful of people at all levels. Don’t purposely crush peoples projects to show off.

3. The gym is a shared resource. Ensure you are not monopolising a boulder or piece of equipment. Make sure to be mindful of others waiting and take turns.

4. Socialise with understanding. Listen respectfully and appreciate the vast range of perspectives NOMAD Bouldering houses. Consider your speech and seek to understand and respect others perspectives.

5. Build up. We are all trying to build better versions of ourselves, with that comes failure at times, when we fall our community helps to dust the chalk off and try again. Let’s be there for each other both in the successes and failures.

6. Speak Up. Unwanted or dangerous behaviour is never tolerated. Unwanted or dangerous behaviour is not tolerated. We encourage our members to speak up or you can report concerns by sending an email directly to our community manager We will keep any interactions anonymous.

7. Grow. Be open minded and listen. We all strive to follow these guidelines however no one is perfect. If a staff member offers the opportunity to grow and expand your understanding please be open to this in a positive way.. We expect the best from anyone that occupies the NOMAD Bouldering space, from staff to customers.


We will not tolerate racism, sexism, homophobia, ableism, or any other kind of discrimination. If you see or experience discrimination or individuals not adhering to these community guidelines at NOMAD Bouldering, please report it to a manager or send an email to our community manager and we will address it. We will keep any interactions anonymous.

Repeated or extreme violations of the Community Guidelines will result in consequences at the discretion of NOMAD Bouldering Staff and management...


Our women's night are designed to provide a space for women to connect and support each other. With one of our fantastic coaches to provide beta and technical help where needed.

If you are looking for some tips and to make some new friends make sure you join in with the group on Thursday evenings from 7.00pm-9.00pm.

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Neighbour initiative

We think climbing is for all and that everyone has the right to be part of a community that they can challenge themselves and grow within. From the ground up this is the ethos of NOMAD Bouldering, to create space for people to be their best.

View NOMAD's latest initiative to provide membership access to minority groups from within our community.

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Queer Climbers Night

The Inner West community that Nomad is part of is a direct reflection of our staff, management and members in their range of diverse races, sexual orientations, gender, age, ethnicity and religion.

We strive to cultivate an environment that is safe and open to all members of our community.

Come join us every Tuesday.

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In collaboration with government organisations, industry and Queer Climber Sydney, NOMAD Bouldering has developed their Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Policy.

We invite you to read and learn more on how to be better than we were the day before.

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The Inner West

The acceptance of diversity in the Inner West community, which NOMAD Bouldering gym is part of, is a direct reflection of our staff, management and members.

We strive to cultivate an environment that is safe and open to all members of our community.

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Carbon Neutral

As of November 2021 NOMAD has gone carbon neutral. Through Energy Australia we will be buying credits to offset the emission we as a business produce. Climbing is a lifestyle that engages frequently in the outdoors and we believe that as a company it is our responsibility to leave this earth how we found it.

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NOMAD: One who travels freely without ties holding them back.

This name reflects our company philosophy in providing a facility which encompasses the sense of freedom to explore, grow and develop physically, emotionally and spiritually.

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