Kambah rocks features a huge density of routes and is perfect for after work in summer, with the river at the base for a quick swim to cool off.
About a 30 minute walk from the parking area for Kambah Pool, Kambah rocks is a popular crag, lying just a short distance away from the heart of the city. The climbs are often top-roped, less often led - there are some bolts, but you should consider bringing some trad gear if you want to lead.
This crag gets little sun so it's not a great option for winter - but great for summer. Best after 1 pm when the shade starts to appear.
There are two preferred options for parking - at the nearby Kambah Pool, or on Kambah Pool Road next to the gate marked 'Welcome - Murrumbidgee Corridor - Bullen Range Nature Reserve'. The gate marks the boundary of private property. Be aware that cars have been broken into at both options (leave nothing inside and the glovebox open to minimize the risk), and the carpark gate is closed at 9pm each night. Where you choose to park will affect the length and pleasantness of the walk in - somewhere between 20 minutes and an hour generally.
The cliff itself is at GPS coordinates -35.40563,149.02722
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