Don't get too excited! This is a diminutive, cracked basalt wall in Burleigh Heads National Park. It has a couple of good hand cracks, chimneys, off-widths, and a few arêtes. Not bad for an afternoon of mini-climbing or off-width training. Also a good option for getting beginners ready for a weekend at Frog.
Note that as at January 2006, climbing has been officially "banned" by the area's ranger. They are permitted to issue spot fines of $225 each. You have been warned!
The car park can be accessed from Goodwin Terrace.
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