Head to Fingal Bay along Marine Drive. Follow until it ends and joins Pacific Dr at Barry Park. Continue to the intersection with Squire Street and follow the track. Head right at the junction and continue, moving left eventually to walk down to the Northern side of the area.

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The left most route at crag, on the left of the 'Zawn'. Start low and go up juggy arete before stepping into crack and up to DRB anchors. Trad gear or top rope from Whale Watchers anchors.

FA: VWills & D Blaadt, 2004

Start below bolt then up on jugs past 3 bolts to step left to DRB anchors

FA: Tim Haasnoot, 2004

Up nice corner to the right of 'Whale Watchers'. Continue up slab to belay from Whale watcher anchor

FA: V Wills, 2004

The face to the right of Beached whale. Trad gear, traversing left at top to Beached Whale anchors.

The left most of a trio of climbs starting on the right side of the Zawn. Common DRB anchors on top pinnacle

The middle route on the well featured buttress on the right side of the Zawn. Holds may not be quite as positve as you would like.

FA: Justin Jefferson & Johnny Wilde, 2004

The right route on the buttress at undercut start, often wet. Bridge your way past the seep and up right to shared anchors

Can be completed from Top rope if able to get on top of wall to anchors.

Can be completed top rope if able to get on top of wall to anchors.

Left of ‘Vertical Hanger’ up the face, to the cave and over the lip.

FA: Mick Johnson, 2012

The next corner right of beached whale/blubber boy on orange rock. 2 bolts to lower off.

FA: 2006

Gear route retro bolted not by FA

FA: Vanessa Wills, 2006

FA: 2006

Vertical crack just around the corner left of the easy sport routes on the walk in. Top out and build an anchor in crack system on top of wall.

FA: Shane

According to the guidebook this goes up in between Sashimi and Scrimshaw, and has now been retrobolted. Given how close together those routes are, and the absence of a third line of hangers, it is unlikely this route exists.

FA: V Wills & P Grandbois, 2006


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