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A sandstone cliff hidden in the bush at the foothills of Toowoomba west of Brisbane. Development started in 2000 driven primarily by Phil Box and Lee Cujes. A guide is available on

Access issues

It's a walk in only crag from the end of Paradise Creek Road. Do NOT stop at the rednecks private road stop sign. Do have the Helidon Police phone number on speed dial if the rednecks on Paradise Creek Road try to stop you from driving along this public road.


Park at the sharp left hand turn before the road heads down into the deep gully. The cliff is clearly visible and you should walk towards the cliff down the ridge line. When you get to the gully spilling into the large creek basin pick your way down into the creek and walk along the flat rock footpath on the right hand side until you are close to the cliff. Move to the left side of creek and then up the left hand ridge to arrive at the left hand end of the cliff. This is the safest and easiest approach.


The ethic is natural protection where possible, and glue-in ringbolts or U-bolts where fixed protection is required.


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