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Short crag with a few routes with mostly overhanging starts, pocketed and plated walls, and a roof.
A North Shore zero access sport crag! Has a number of cool little lines, including a great little 24 that busts through the roof! Climbs described left to right.
Apparently some mid-range bouldering off to the right (not checked).
The crag is in Lane Cove National Park so no dogs, fires or rubbish.
Park on the corner of Shirley Rd and Valleyview Close, Roseville. Wander down hill into the bush trending left and you'll find the crag. Or take a faint track between number 130 and a light pole, past a boulder on your left, then veer right then back left to the top of the cliff to come out directly above Thunderbird. Descend to the right via chopped steps and boulder scramble.
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