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The sand stone on the south side can stay quite wet after heavy rain and can get some run off from the above park. Luckily the south side gets a semi dose of the sun throughout the day to dry it off. The wind going up and down the gully also helps to dry it off.
All the fixed pro resembles blobs of rusted metal which could almost be pulled out by hand.
Access issues inherited from Eastern Suburbs
Most crags have easy parking with only a short distance to walk, scramble or abseil into the crag.
Best approach is to rap in from one of the two high line anchors in place on the south side. The walk in from the western end of the northern gully can be tricky if wet and carry gear. Approach time is via walking in.
Initially developed by Gary Eggins and Matt Dunstan sometime in the 70's and by Mike Law in the 80's.