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Description

A great looking wall with a variety of good routes.

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Approach

30m past the grease cave - this is pretty much the last area before the wastelands.

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Ethic inherited from Illawarra

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

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Routes

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Rebolted with a reshuffle. RAD !

FA: Graeme Hill, 1991

FA: Dave Filan & David Haines, 1989

Hard move guards the anchors. Rebolted 2012

FA: Karl Schultz, 1993

Dangerous protection.

FA: Ant Prehn & Giles Bradbury, 1991

The obvious sandy corner crack left of NASAS. Now sport bolted on rings. Route could also take natural gear. use anchors high to left to lower off.

FA: David O'Donnell & Ryan Kelly, 2004

Start: Be careful clipping the 2nd bolt.

FA: Veronique Hill & Graeme Hill, 1992

FA: Veronique Hill & Graeme Hill, 1992

FA: George Fieg, 1993

FA: Rob Lebreton, 1992

FA: Andrew Bull, 1996

Up wall to belay stance below roof.

Start: Start 5m right of 'PM'

FA: M Law

From the belay head diagonally out left through the roof to a break. Traverse back right a little and up final head wall.

Start: Start at the belay above 'JP1'.

FA: Mike Law, 2003

Straight out roof, traverse left to rest then nice face climbing to finish with hands on top of cliff.

Start: Start as for 'J'.

FA: Stephen Hawkshaw, 2003

Up the poorly protected slab onto fun sidepull features. Bring a bolt plate and a sling for before the roof. Headwall is excellent to a jug above drb anchor.

FA: Tony Barton & Andrew Bull, 1991

FA: Steve Bullen, 1992

FA: Steve Bullen, 1992

Having climbed 'ADATB' traverse left across the lip of the roof all the way to the far end. CAUTION: Back-climb the fucker .

Start: Start as for 'ADATB'.

FA: M Law, 2000

Climb the funky flakes left of kicking dogs balls. Rebolted and extended 23/6/12

FA: Unknown, 2000

FA: Veronique Hill & Graeme Hill, 1992

much funk. Start up Kicking Dogs Balls and onwards to a double dragon move through the roof out right

FA: Mike Law, 1995

Clip first bolt on 'Betty Blue' and head left. Crank up on the crimpers to the final throw making sure to take a few whips for the camera along the way!

Start: Start at 'Betty Blue'

FA: Steve Bullen, 1991

A very appealing wall. One of the most enjoyable routes at its grade in 'Nowra'.

Start: Start a few meters right of 'Black Beddy'.

FA: Ant Prehn & Giles Bradbury, 1991

Straight up the groove, then slightly left and up to a great jug rest. Recover and fire out the airy crux.

Start: Start 2m left of SL at slight groove New anchour 23/6/2012

FA: Stuart Wyithe, 1992

Extension of 'TP'.

FA: Mitch Warren

Classic 'Nowra' arete - which is hard and pumpy.

Start: Start at the obvious arete to the right of 'TP'. Some people do an easier start on the face a few metres left of the arete proper.

FA: Giles Bradbury & Ant Prehn, 1990

An absolute ripper of a climb and totally different to the typical 'Nowra' power mutant hard stuff.

Start: Start on ledge above 'SL'

FA: Giles Bradbury, 1992

Climb the black slab around the arete right of 'SL'

FA: L Wishart

4 RB's to lower off.

Start: Wall 5m right of 'SL'

FA: Stephen Hawkshaw, 2003

Start: Start 3m right of 'E'.

FA: J.Tam, 2004

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