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Table of contents

1. Indian Head 8 routes in Crag

All Unknown

Long/Lat: 153.358537, -25.006897

Access Issues:

This is a popular destination on Fraser Island so respect the area and other tourist there and take care when accessing the crag.


Indian Head is located at the northern end of 75 Mile Beach and can be accessed from both 75 Mile Beach and Orchid Beach. A 4x4 car will be essential. Getting to the base of the cliff can be achieved by walking (rock hopping) via the north side of the Head, or a rappel. Take extreme caution with tide times and height as well as weather conditions.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Sid Vicious Was Innocent 16 Unknown 12m
2 The Nudie Bar 14 Unknown 12m
3 It's Tuff at the Top 15 Unknown 15m
4 Ernie Dingo 15 Unknown 15m
5 Apple Crumble

FA: kenny b

12 Unknown 17m
6 Hairy Armpits

FA: kenny b , 2003

12 Unknown 16m
7 Lipstick

FA: kenny b

13 Unknown 10m
8 Poochung

FA: kenny b/zane f

14 Unknown 10m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
12 Apple Crumble Unknown 17m
Hairy Armpits Unknown 16m
13 Lipstick Unknown 10m
14 Poochung Unknown 10m
The Nudie Bar Unknown 12m
15 Ernie Dingo Unknown 15m
It's Tuff at the Top Unknown 15m
16 * Sid Vicious Was Innocent Unknown 12m