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In 2014 this bouldering area was reported as closed to climbing after the Office of Environment and Heritage informed the Sydney Rockclimbing Club of environmental damage to this significant Aboriginal site. If you choose to boulder here, you must take personal responsibility for negatively effecting continued access to other Sydney bouldering and climbing areas. The base of the cave is a large collection of shells known as a midden, and is the remains of shellfish collected and eaten over thousands of years by first nation people. There are very few remaining sites such as this in the Sydney region that have not been bulldozed or covered in graffiti.

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In 2014 this bouldering area was reported as closed to climbing after the Office of Environment and Heritage informed the Sydney Rockclimbing Club of environmental damage to this significant Aboriginal site. If you choose to boulder here, you must take personal responsibility for negatively effecting continued access to other Sydney bouldering and climbing areas. The base of the cave is a large collection of shells known as a midden, and is the remains of shellfish collected and eaten over thousands of years by first nation inhabitants.

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