Did you know?

Did you know that you can create an account to record, track and share your climbing ascents? Thousands of climbers are already doing this.


Fun west facing wall right near some great swimming.


Compact orange sandstone wall, just west of Camp Wanawong (a private Christian camp). This cliff is used as a kids absquealing area occasionally. Rebolting in mid 2015 has brought this crag into modern times.

Access issues

Keep a very low profile and never walk around on the top of the cliff. The land above (and maybe the cliffs themselves?) is on private property.


Approach by walking upstream on the eastern side of Loftus Creek following walking tracks.


Any bolts added here should be low profile.


View timeline of historical ascents

History is a mystery. Old rusty carrots (80s) are on a few walls and belay bolts are along the top. Glen Short rebolted and possibly added some new routes here (90s??)


Add route(s) Add topo Resequence Bulk edit
Grade Route
21 Sell Sell Sell Sport 9m, 2

Couple of bolts up left side of wall. Looks ok.

20 Don't call me Pindick! Sport 10m, 3

Black crimpy face with three old carrot bolts.

20 ** Going Nowhere Sport 11m, 3

Short crack to start, then up seam crack then nice pumpy face to loweroff just left of grasstree. Two RBs and one FH in the middle.

21 *** Two Bolts Too Many Sport 12m, 4

Crag classic. Straight up the middle of the orange wall with a giant leap to get to the first hold. Anchors just right of grasstree. 4 RBs.

19 ** Igor's Oxygen Bottle Sport 12m, 4

Jump start as for Two Bolts Too Many and at first break traverse right then straight up wall. Finish left to anchors on Two Bolts To Many. The original route wandered further right and shared sections of Wobblebong on trad.

16 ** Wobblebong Sport 14m, 4

Great easy route climbing the subtle right arete of the wall. Stem up tree on far side of crag until you can reach rock shelf. Up and left on good holds to airy finish and anchor.

FA: Neil Monteith & Stephen Monteith, 2015


Check out what is happening in Camp Wanawong.