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Walk along the track to the rock art site until you come to an old fence (300-400m) running perpendicular to the trail and going uphill.
Follow the fence line up hill for about 150m and you should see a collection of boulders. Most obvious is a 6m high boulder with a nice crack to undercling flake.
Access issues inherited from Mt Yarrowyck
95% of the climbing at Yarrowyck is located on private property, but the land owner is a climber and has granted access to all climbers anytime. Please do not leave garbage around, leave gates as you find them and do not harass stock. Climbing at Yarrowyck is a privilege, not a right.
The other 5% is located on National Park land along the trail to the Aboriginal Rock Art site.