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Seaside bouldering


Small 3-4m high headland immediately south of The Entrance Baths - opposite 98 Boondilla Rd. Being seaside, it is sandy and the rock is a bit soft in places, so expect breakages. It's not worth going out of your way to go here but if you're holidaying nearby you can still have a bit of fun.


1 minute walk-in time if you're casual about it.


This is strictly a no bolting crag.


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Have seen chalk on here many years ago but no known recorded efforts.


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4 metres left of the iron spike, sit start near corner. Hands and feet must remain on top of roof, exiting right near the metal post.

2m right of iron bollard is a large 2 handed pocket. Start with straight arm hang from here, feet up above the natural brown line - on steep ground only. Then it's one contrived move to glory.

5m right of GS, past cave, up cracked juggy bit, traverse right to nose, keeping feet high, off slab.

Up over nose.

Dirty corner-crack 2m right of H.

Other crack 1m right of UTC.

Start as for 'Windward Passage', tending right along the black rock to top out directly above next crack.

FA: Dean Howard, 13 Sep 2015

5m left of sign post. Sit start with hands on nice big sloper. Straight up, taking care that little chicken heads don't break!

3m left of signpost, sit start to left of crack. Up onto slopers, left a metre then up.

Up thin crack 3m left of sign post.

FA: Brendon Allan Flanagan, Jun 2012


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