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Roughly in the centre of the main wall there is a slab with two white, pocketed water streaks which lead up into the scrub – a big vegetated terrace.
FA: Lee Cujes, Samantha Coles , 2006
Long/Lat: 152.358012, -29.514398
Located at Mulligans Hut Campsite, this featured boulder sits on top of the hill only 50m from the campsite. If your here for some walking and camping throw your shoes in as the climbs on this boulder are fun on some cool features. These Route names have just been given for the purpose of identification, its likely most of them were done previously and may have other names. There are also literally thousands of other boulders in the park if your keen on exploring.
Walk 50m up hill past the firewood hut and water tank.
Climb the awesome flakes from a sit start. This is also the Descent.
Start as for MB then traverse right to amazing hold and straight up arete
up flake then face with a bit of a nasty landing
Old Man Platypus
Climbs the highball Arete and Slab.
|15||Goanna Alley||393m||1. Gibraltar Rock|
|V0||Mulga Bill||6m||1.1. Mulligans Boulder|
|V1||Loaded Dog||4m||1.1. Mulligans Boulder|
|Weary Will||4m||1.1. Mulligans Boulder|
|V3||Old Man Platypus||6m||1.1. Mulligans Boulder|