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Long/Lat: 116.061511, -31.914838
- Access Issues: inherited from Mountain Quarry
The gravel road into the quarry runs off the carpark on Coulston Road and has a combination-locked gate (normally locked), the code to which can be obtained from the Department of Parks and Wildlife. The quarry is also easily accessible on foot from the car park on Coulston Road. Don't leave valuables in your car.
Sustained, technical and insecure layaways up the thin flake on the L side of the wall. Originally aided as Woomera (M1). Reportedly first soloed by an unknown visiting UK climber, then later bolted and repeated by Richardson not knowing of the ascent.
Set by S. Richardson, 1990
Follow line of 3 RB up weakness and into pocketed face to anchor above break. New FHs make this route a little safer.
Set by L. Barber, 2002
On right side of face follow flake lines and drill holes past 5 FH to anchors. Stay off arete at top.
Going for Broker
Climb far right arete, to a tree belay.
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