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We really need somebody who knows this crag to tell us what sectors, cliffs, boulders and routes that are in this crag- just the names and grades at this stage. You may use our web interface or throw it into an excel spreadsheet and send it to us. You will be attributed and earn lots of Karma points. If you are a publisher then we can use your copyright.

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This crag has a mixture of features. There are some large, tall boulders with big holds that can be accessed at low tide just west of the jetty. Bring your tarpaulin and gum boots if you dare venture to these inviting boulders! If the adventure of developing in the wet doesn't tickle your fancey then perhaps the rock on the shore line will be more to your liking.

Access issues

Park at the end of Thompson Street Drummoyne and cross Henley Marine Drive. Be careful when crossing Henley Marine Drive as there are numerous cars and cyclists to compete with. Reminds me of the days of Frogger. Be mindful of the joggers and mothers with prams when crossing the public thoroughfare.


Park at the end of Thompson Street Drummoyne and cross Henley Marine Drive. Google Maps on indicates there's a TAB at this location. For all you punters out there this is not correct. Find your way down to the rock or the boulders at low tide and develop!


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