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Far North East boulders of Fox and Bondi boulders on a rise to the left of the road. Obvious concentrated hilltop.

Access issues inherited from Beulah

Access to Beulah is only permitted during the Annual Beulah Rock Festivus that is held there every Easter. More info here: www.beulahrockfestivus.com


Take the right hand road at the Bondi/Fox road junction (towards the Fox boulder), across a small gully and 100-200m up a rise, the area will be visible on the left of the road as you come to the crest.

Ethic inherited from Beulah

First ascents are hugely appreciated and the object of climbing at Beulah. Scrubbing lichen and removing loose rock is encouraged but the line is drawn at chipping holds or glueing holds back on. If a hold comes off, please leave it off and climb what the rock affords you.

Bolting is also permitted with permission and as long as there is no available natural protection. For example this includes a 30m climb that requires 9 bolts and one cam or wire to protect. The adding of a 10th bolt for the convenience of not having to carry said wire or nut is not acceptable.


Little to date. First problems appear to be from Joe and Eddie Burrill and Abagail Pirie in 2011. Artie Schultz and Rhyan Bassett put up more in 2013, along with Matt (last name unknown) from Sydney. Several cleaned projects await, and still lots of potential for more problems.



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V1 La Chinina Boulder 3m

Closest boulder to the road. Right hand side of face, up small face holds to top.

FA: Artie Schultz, 2013

V0 La Accessa Boulder 2m

Back side of boulder, behind La Chinina. Easy access route to the top.

FA: Artie Schultz, 2013

V5 * La Projecta Boulder Project 4m

Awesome pinch problem with very bad feet up the obvious arete.

V1 ** Rambona Boulder 4m

Excellent crack line on smooth rock with a few slopey face holds, jug topout

FA: Rhyan Bassett, 2013


3m right of Rambona, sweet fine grained rock. Layback the sidepull at head height, slopey jugs at the top.

FA: Artie Schultz, 2013

V0 Afterthought Boulder 3m

2m right of 14IAS, short flake, not as worthwile as the other problems on this boulder.

FA: Artie Schultz, 2013

V0 * Toms 2 Fingers Boulder 4m

At the top of the hill. Sitstart in the corner crack, then right up big flake, smaller holds at the top. Sweet problem.

FA: Artie Schultz, 2013

V1 What Could I Do Boulder 3m

2m right of T2F, short crimper problem

FA: Artie Schultz, 2013

V2 * Red Ferrari Boulder 3m

20m across the hill from Geckos Nostrils Bloc. Pretty cool, start in the corner crack, then crimps and small feet to top.

FA: Rhyan Bassett, 2013

V1 White Lamborghini Boulder 3m

Same start as RF but trend left to small edges to top out.

FA: Artie Schultz, 2013

V1 Geckos Nostrils Boulder

Backside of the hill, above Geckos Nubbin boulder. Sit start up arete to 2 pockets.

FA: Joe Burrill, 2011

V1 Unamed Boulder

2m right of Geckos Nostrils. SDS on 2 small crimps straight up.

FA: Eddie Burrill, 2011

** Matts Project Boulder Project 4m

2m to the right of Unnamed, awesome looking prow type feature

V5 ** Geckos Ghetto Boulder

SDS on lip holds. deadpoint throw to decent crimp and mantle

FA: Matt, 2011

V5 Not yet finished Boulder

Amazing problem. Sit start on rail and go straight up. The first rail is flaking and will come off, getting someone to hold it in works

V0 Geckos Holiday Boulder

Opposite side of boulder to Geckos Nubbin. Up easy face.

FA: Abagail Pirie, 2011


2m left of Geckos Holiday, weird start in the fold then sidepull and edges to top.

FA: Artie Schultz, 2013

V3 ** Geckos Nubbin Boulder

Back side of the hill from the road. Up obvious crack to scary looking but solid pebble.

FA: Eddie Burrill, 2011

Project Boulder Project 3m

3m right of Geckos Nubbin, hard to get off the ground but looks easier above