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A few nice wall routes in an attractive water side setting (in winter).


Down below Good Friday Walls is Graham's Creek. Upstream by about 50m from Napalm Sunday is this beautiful little gorge, with cliffs rearing up on both sides. The southern side has the climbing.

Access issues inherited from Victoria Range

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.


The best access is by scrambling down the very steep slope below Napalm Sunday following rock cairns. It is about a 2 minute walk from Good Friday Walls.

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An appealing finger crack.

Start: Located on the far left end of the wall (20m left of Wonga Park). It can be difficult to reach when the water is up.

  1. 18m (19) Climb the overhanging finger crack and traverse left to a ledge.

  2. 10m (14) Easily up corner.

FA: Craig Nottle, Peter Cunningham & Neil Barr, 1980

The line 20m right of 'Rock Lobster', just beyond the overhangs. Mantleshelf to get started.

FA: Ian Barr, Neil Barr, Peter Darby & Grahams Sanders, 1980

Start 5m R of Wonga Park RFB. Black crack then R to ledge. Clip BR then climb bulges on R to break. Crack to top.

FA: Robin Holmes & Steven Wilson, 2005


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