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Hundreds of meters of sandstone wall, 20 mins walk from the city, car parking right next to the climbs, lit at night, wheelchair access (might be useful when leaving)
This cliff has been partially blasted out to make room for the road below. You can traverse most of the full length, and there are 10 to 15 meter climbs. The fence and steps above look like they will make good anchor points for a top rope. Unfortunately quite a bit of the rock is soft and sandy.
View in Google Maps Street View: https://maps.google.com/?ll=-33.86377,151.192346&spn=0.002165,0.010568&t=m&z=17&layer=c&cbll=-33.863766,151.192342&panoid=6lIyIosTuzYyJHhNCqcwIA&cbp=11,149.44,,0,-1.64
Park right next to the climb, or catch the 443 bus over from the city, or take a 20 minute walk over from the city.
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