Where to go Axe Throwing in Sydney

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There are few things that are more cathartic than (safely) launching an axe and hearing that sweet crunch as it connects with a wooden panel! The latest trend in extracurricular activities that are a little bit left of centre is axe throwing in Sydney and everyone is jumping on board to give it a go.

If you’re looking for places to go axe throwing in Sydney, we’ve rounded out a bunch of venues that cater to hatchet-gripping enthusiasts. And as much as you may have a little one who loves to throw things, axe throwing is an activity reserved for the older kids with most venues imposing an age limit of 13+ (although this will vary so be sure to check out the website's FAQ page ahead of booking).

Top Four Spots for Axe Throwing in Sydney

1. Maniax Axe Throwing

Maniax Sydney
Maniax are Australia's first axe-throwing business. Image: supplied.


Maniax Axe Throwing have earned the reputation for being Australia’s first and largest axe throwing business, boasting a number of different venues across the country where a whole lot of fun takes place. Their axe throwing in Sydney hub is located in St Peters and is an axe mecca for those looking to hit that bullseye.

Step into the cages, don a Viking helmet and throw your shoulder into it during one of their ‘Quick Chuck Sessions’ that run over an hour. For a slightly lengthier crack at axe throwing, you can head along to one of the two-hour public sessions or organise your larger family group a hosted axe-perience, which includes individual coaching, target practise and a tournament to test your newfound skills. 

Location: 75 Mary Street, St Peters

2. Kiss My Axe (Alexandria and Brookvale)

The cheeky pun used for this axe throwing venue tells you everything you need to know about Kiss My Axe! They’re all about providing a safe and fun environment for punters to come along and hurl an axe through the air. With locations in Alexandria and Brookvale, you’ll be able to bundle up the family and head along for a truly unique axe throwing in Sydney experience.

Book in an axe-throwing package that can accommodate smaller parties (groups of 2-7), larger parties (groups of 8+) and they even have a function room for events. Just remember to wear a pair of enclosed shoes to protect those precious tootsies.

Location: 19 McCauley Street, Alexandria & 40 Winbourne Road, Brookvale

3. Throw Axe

For those looking to make like a burly lumberjack, head to the best venue for axe throwing in Sydney’s west, Throw Axe. The team at Throw Axe are all about making this an enjoyable experience for all so they spare no detail during your session. Firstly you’ll be greeted by your private coach who will be your axe concierge of sorts. Next your coach will take you on a tour of the axe domain to get you up to speed with safety briefing and facilities. Then the fun begins when you’ll learn the fundamentals of axe throwing before putting your skills to the test with a group tournament.

Throw Axe are open Monday - Sunday from 10 am but make sure to secure your spot with a booking in advance.

Location: 4/41-45 York Rd, Jamisontown

4. Glenworth Valley Axe Throwing

Glenworth Axe Throwing
Axe-throwing among the trees at Glenworth Valley. Image: supplied.


If you prefer throwing your axe in the great outdoors, then the Glenworth Valley Axe Throwing experience is just the ticket for you. Breathe in the fresh air as you give axe throwing a go with the beautiful bushland serving as the perfect backdrop.

Glenworth Valley Axe Throwing outdoor sessions run across two hours on weekends (get in touch with the organisers if you’d like to arrange an alternative time) and include guided training from an experienced axe thrower.

With so much to do at Glenworth Valley you might just want to stay for the whole weekend, so why not book in at the campsite or nestle into one of the eco villas for an adventure-filled getaway for the whole family to enjoy.

Location: 69 Cooks Road, Glenworth Valley

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