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A series of compact orange walls with terraces in between. This is the right-hand side of the same escarpment as "Millenium Caves". This area is closer to the road than "Millenium" but it is nothing like as good.
Mobile phones get Telstra coverage from the top terrace, deteriorating as you get closer to ground level.© (kieranl)
The Victoria Range was badly burnt in the fires of February 2013 but all areas are now open to climbing (Feb 2014). However there are access changes to the cliffs in the Eureka area.
Drive up Goat Track from Buandik and park at the Cave of Fishes car-park (as for "Millenium Caves"). The top terrace, with a red wall and cave, is visible above the tree tops to the right as you face the start of the "Millenium" track. The terraces rise from right-to-left so, from the start of the "Millenium Caves" track, aim to the right of the top terrace.
The upper terrace has an impressive orange wall that is visible from the carpark with a small cave up high on the right. Don't scramble up to the cave, the first climb starts below and left of it. The cave has some good rock and a little climbing potential but it possibly has some indigenous significance. There is also a bit of indigenous art in the area so take care.© (kieranl)
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