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Long/Lat: 145.749825, -37.913765
Seven Acre Rock resides deep within the Yarra State Forest about an hour and a half east of Melbourne. There are a limited number of routes, most involve friction slabbing and runouts on bolts. Bouldering problems can be found on the hillside.
- Access Issues:
To get to Seven Acre Rock from Yarra Junction take the C425 and head towards Powelltown for 14.8kms. Turn right at "Learmonth Creek Road" (unsealed) for 8.5 - 9kms then turn left onto Bunyip Road at a T intersection. (Do turn at either of the two preceding lefts). You come to a picnic area with a marked foot track leading off on the left.
|1||Weenie Meanie||17 M1||25m|
|3||Second Of December||21||30m|
|5||Ralph The Snail||20||35m|
|10||Supersonic Direct Start||21|
|17 M1||Weenie Meanie||25m|
|Ralph The Snail||35m|
|21||Second Of December||30m|
|Supersonic Direct Start|