Just another impressive jutting steep 'Nowra' overhang. Despite overhanging by up to 15m, and never getting wet from direct rain, seepage and spooge are a problem if it's been wet. 'Nothing' that can't be fixed by plenty of chalk, brushes and a battery powered blow dryer!

Routes described Left to Right. I.e. if you parked on Jamieson St you will get to them in the reverse order.

© (Ashy)

Ethic inherited from Illawarra

Lots of bolts in this region. Most development has been done after the 1980s.

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5m left of "Slut Whipping". Line of RBs over bulge to double RBs.

FA: Sharik Walker, 2010

Two excellent and very different boulder problems. Soft if you can crimp.

Start: Start about 5m L of the wet chimney.

FA: Brian Rattenbury

FA: Graeme Hill, 1995

FA: Graeme Hill, 1995

FA: Graeme Hill, 1994

FA: Chris Wallace, 1995

FA: Rob Lebreton, 1995

Clip the low belayer's bolt on the left so the leader doesn't get knackered by the rope when dogging the crux.

FA: Paul Westwood, 1995

Start: start as for frosty and at 3rd bolt move leftwards towards the small cave directly under the roof, blast directly throught roof.

FA: Garth Miller, 1996

bit of a debate about the grade,

seems 32/33!!

Start: as for frosty, at the major break where frosty continues upwards, vear left via some awesome bouldery moves

FA: chris webb parsons, 2006

FA: Andrew Bull, 1997

FA: Rob Lebreton, 1994

Start as for Comin At ya Pundi, through inital crux, then out left past a hanger under roof to finish up the final moves of El Maco.

FA: Pete Tosen, Sep 2012

Start as Black Parasite past the crux the head left through El Maco to finish up the crux of Frosty.

FA: Nathan Hoette, Apr 2011

Black Parasite into the finish of El Maco via the cool 'la rose' move. Sustained.

FA: Luke Magill, 2012

FA: George Fieg, 1999

Start as for Shaker Fries. Keep traversing left to the Beef Meister anchors.

FA: Andrew Bull, 1994

The classic of the wall.

Tricky crimpy start but persevere as the the jugs of glory aren't far off but that's when the really pump sets in.

FA: Klaus Klein, 1994

FA: Dave Ross, 1994

FA: Chris Wallace, 1994

FA: John Passlow, 1994

The far right hand climb, up pockets and out roof to a final reach to clip the anchors.

FA: Steve Barry, 1992


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