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A small crag on the banks of the river, downstream from Kambah Pool. Visible from the grid/gate on Kambah Pool Rd. Plenty of afternoon sun and a nice spot for a swim. An okay alternative to Kambah Rocks.

Access issues

The resident bees seem mostly active in the warmer months. Regardless, climbing routes give them a wide berth.


From Kambah Pool follow the Murrumbidgee Discovery Track north past the 2.2km marker. Look for the old half-burnt timber track marker a short distance after this (~30m) and, from it, walk straight towards the river - carefully over a steep loose step as you near the top of the crag.

There are sets of double-bolt anchors for top-roping. However, the single bolt placed several meters back from the edge should be used for a safety line and is not intended as a sole anchor.

Access the bottom of the crag via the wombat track to the left (while looking out).


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About 6 metres left of Honey and down the gully. Climb the crack up to the ledge and then up to the anchors. Be careful not to dislodge rocks on your belayer. Some gardening and cleaning has been performed, more may be required.

FFA: Ross Davies

Set by Ross Davies, 23 Jul 2017

FA: Ross Davies, 23 Jul 2017

From the left rope in the picture. Climb the left arete and crack to the ledge and then continue up the right arete and crack.

FA: Ross Davies, 2 Jul 2017

Set by Ross Davies, 2 Jul 2017

Start on the right set of top rope anchors. Start on the right arete, veer left to the side pull and follow the rightwards leaning line to the top.

FA: Ross Davies, 2 Jul 2017

Set by Ross Davies, 2 Jul 2017


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