Parkour and Freerunning.

Run at Point A by the South Australian Parkour Association (SAPA).

Open Training:

If you already know what you are doing and know what you want to train, Point A is several times a week for casual training and hanging out. We call this Open Warehouse and you can find the times on the Timetable. These are currently based on donations covering the rent and equipment, so we ask for $5-$10 but you can volunteer your time/skills instead. For inquiries please contact TJ.

Monthly Jam:

On the first Saturday of every month, SAPA hosts their Monthly Jam, usually at Point A. This is a social training day where you can come in and meet the community. Details are announced via the South Australian Parkour Association on Facebook.

Parkour Classes:

There are multiple Parkour classes run at Point A by SAPA. The main public classes run on Thursday evenings, though throughout the week we host specific groups and book workshops, birthday parties, private training, etc.


Fundamentals is a 6 week ‘course’ of classes for adults that will give you a solid foundation in Parkour training. No minimum physical requirements. We run these Thursdays 5:45 – 7:45pm. Full information on the Fundamentals course can be found on the SAPA website.


Adults Basics runs from 8-9pm Thursdays. Basics is SAPA’s main class category where most students will fit. It is an exploration of the concepts and movements that will begin to round out a person’s Parkour training. Again the class listings are hosted on the SAPA website.


SAPA currently teaches a Teens Basics class in Point A Thursdays 4:15-5:30 for ages 14+. For other ages, times, and locations check the SAPA site. Students will be having fun while learning practical skills and lifelong capacities – with a bit of self-development and self-confidence thrown in. While we pilot these classes they will be on a casual basis. We are currently taking names for a mailing list for kids classes in Point A, full information can be found here.


Mostly done in the ‘open warehouse’ sessions, Freerunning is a blend of Parkour movements and other acrobatic or creative expressions.聽 We also have crash mats and other padding to make use of for safe progression. Point A hosts acrobatics and tumbling courses which are a great way to begin acrobatic training to blend with SAPA’s Parkour training. For tumbling details see Tumbling classes at Point A.

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  1. elisha whittet
    October 15, 2013 at 5:59 pm 路 Reply

    hi my name is Elisha and I am 13 years old and I want to learn parkour/freerunning and get fit but don’t know were Point A is so if I could get the address that would be awesome

    • TJ
      October 16, 2013 at 4:49 pm 路 Reply

      20 Gunson St, Adelaide 5000 馃檪

    • Jakob Johnson
      September 28, 2015 at 12:37 am 路 Reply

      20 Gunson St, Adelaide SA 5000

  2. Hayden Mac
    November 18, 2013 at 6:34 pm 路 Reply

    hello my name is Hayden I’m 13 and i have a general feel for parkour but safety’s an issue. Because I practice on the street and in school I’m worried that i may hurt myself someday, but I can’t afford to spend $10 every time I want to train. what should I do?

    • PointA
      January 13, 2014 at 1:53 pm 路 Reply

      The classes are designed to give you a lot of information so that you can do a lot of your own training from what you learn in the class.

      You can also use online resources such as the Parkourpedia –

  3. Tristan Fulford
    December 16, 2013 at 11:13 am 路 Reply

    My name is Tristan, im 14, and id like to get more training in parkour / freerunning.
    Ive been doing simple vaults and wall climbs with my friends at school.
    I only need to know, when i come come in, how i sign up, and what i should bring.

  4. Brandon
    February 27, 2014 at 9:35 am 路 Reply

    Hey, I’m brandon, I’m 15
    I’ve been doing the parkour/ free running at the YMCA each wednesday for about 4 years now.
    i’d love to pop on by to the warehouse for a session.

    • PointA
      March 4, 2014 at 5:08 pm 路 Reply

      You are more than welcome! If you’re unsure you can always call ahead, we have numbers on the Contact page 馃檪

  5. Bailey Allison
    October 28, 2014 at 9:46 am 路 Reply

    Hi im 14 and i got reccommended to point a by a friend (jacob) and think it sounds pretty cool. i would love to try some parkour brah.

  6. Stevan
    June 19, 2015 at 11:00 pm 路 Reply

    hi, my name is Stevan i am 13 years old
    im just wondering is point A an still active club

    • PointA
      September 17, 2015 at 1:15 am 路 Reply

      Yeah we’re still active! Just don’t do a great job of keeping the website fresh – too busy training..

  7. Sylas
    August 20, 2015 at 7:33 pm 路 Reply

    Hi my name is sylas and im 13 years old. Is it posible for me to attend the kids parkour traing. Ive been doing parkour for about a month and im not really cofidents with some vaults and wall climbing.

    • PointA
      September 17, 2015 at 1:14 am 路 Reply

      Hi Sylas, the best class for you at the moment would be the Sunday outdoor classes also run by SAPA. Details for that are on the SAPA site

  8. Jess
    August 31, 2015 at 10:17 pm 路 Reply

    Hi im jess. Wondering about classes 12-17 (teen classes) they sound great. Cool to do the sesh on sunday and do more thoughout the week . Says coming soon on teen sessions how long will it be? Thanks. Jess

    • PointA
      September 17, 2015 at 1:13 am 路 Reply

      Hi Jess, we’re still working on dates but hopefully Term 4 of school!

  9. jakob
    September 12, 2015 at 5:05 pm 路 Reply

    Where is this parkour place

    • PointA
      September 17, 2015 at 1:12 am 路 Reply

      20 Gunson St in the Adelaide CBD

  10. Alastair
    December 10, 2015 at 6:04 pm 路 Reply

    Hi, i’m 12 and I was wondering what classes would be recommended for me? I’ve always wanted to try parkour but not sure if any classes are available for my age that are ready yet.

    • PointA
      January 18, 2016 at 4:41 pm 路 Reply

      Hi Alistair – for a complete list of SAPA Parkour classes see their site

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