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This area comprises about 3 walls, with Orca taking on the prominant arete right of the big roof. The mossy slab has some newly bolted routes that will improve with traffic.The slab to the right is quite good and should be quite popular.

Ethic inherited from Illawarra

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

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24 ** Ceiling Your Fate Trad 20m

FA: Ant Prehn, 1991

18 *** Orca Sport 25m

Starts on left side of arête. Straight up to finish.

Optional friend to protect start.

FA: Ant Prehn, Rod Young, Craig Paul & Trudy Bretherton, 1991

18 *** Korca Sport 24m

Start on the right side of arête, finish by traversing left to the anchors.

FA: Rod Young, 1999

19 * The Money or the Box Sport 25m

FA: Trudy Bretherton & Giles Bradbury, 1990


Left line of rings up the lichen covered slab.


Right line of rings up the lichen covered slab. Left handside also available.

17 Slap & Tickle Sport 14m

A top little route that deserves more attention, and takes on the obvious rounded arete.

FA: Paula Simons / Mark Ashmore

16 Hairy Harriet Sport 14m

Start: Start at the obvious cleft about 15m to the right of the Orca wall.

FA: Rod Young, 2005

17 Snoop Dog Sport 25m

Enjoyable stroll, with a tricky start. Will be better with traffic.

Start: Start 2m right of the previous route.

FA: Rod Young, 2005


Traverse in for an easier route

FA: Rod Young, 2005

18 What In The World Sport 16m

FA: Rod Young, 2005

18 Heathen Sport 25m

Another good fun doddle.

Start: Start on the far right hand side of the wall.

FA: Rod Young, 2005


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