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Lots of top rope potential, with many cliff top anchor points. There are a few ringbolted sport routes and a couple of old carrots.

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This is a National Park. Keep a low profile.


Park near the speed camera on Henry Lawson Drive. Cross onto the southern side of the road and walk 50m East. A series of tracks should be visible in the scrub near the road. These tracks all lead to the cliff top. There are 2 or 3 points along the face that can be scrambled down to the cliff base.


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The original development here went on in the early '60s with scout groups from Revesby and Padstow. The main area was on the other side of the ridge from Blackwall where the cliffs were higher. Climbs were top-roped and used for abseil practice for climbing and caving. As this was the early '60s not many climbs were led but there was not much around in the way of gear - steel crabs and laid nylon and manilla ropes. None of the routes were named but pretty much everything that could be climbed was, starting with the cracks. There may have been a more recent wave of activity in the 1980's and 2000, but nobody has come forward with any details.


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Up the chimney then out onto the wall above.

Face just right of left arete. Thin! Needs a rebolt - currently two rust carrots.

Great thin face in the middle of the wall on ringbolts. Single U-bolt lower off or top out like the guys int he 80s did.

Good fun sport route up the right side of the grid bolted face, and just left of major corner. Starts with a short finger crack then face to top. Single large U-bolt lower anchor.

Reachy face with unique chunky featured rock in the top section. 3 older FHs that seem ok. No lower-off, but one single FH right at the top.

FA: Unknown 2000s?

30m right of LaB. Old aid route (BR, PR).

The following climb is located just right of the overhanging wall in the middle of the cliff (about 50m right of the Black Wall). Marked "X", 4m right of the overhanging wall. Sustained climbing up the steep wall (natural gear).

FA: Yianni Bathelmess & Justin Franks, 1999


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