This area has a some hidden gems. While some climbs have crappy rock, the rock is generally excellent white granite. The area has seen very little development on the boulders. Please fill in all the gaps and projects!
The bouldering is split into two locations. 1) The mainland boulders (i.e. Joy slab, Last Chance boulder, and Sniff My Fingers Boulder), and 2) the point boulders (i.e. Dinosaur Boulder, and Oystercatcher Boulder).
The boulders on the point may be hard to reach if the swell or tide are high.
A 4WD is highly recommended to access these cliffs. Smaller cars may be able to reach the campsite at whitewater wall, however they will probably bottom out on approach. Track conditions are subject to change, particularly after heavy rains.
To access this area, park at the first gravel spot on the right, 200m past the steep section of the road. From the parking spot, walk 80 metres north and, just past a drain, and head then right on an old 4WD track.
You'll most likely start bushbashing, but it is pretty easy to find (it's the point). Once at the cliffs, you can decent on the northern side of the cliffs.
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