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Dingo Creek offers a mix of sports routes. Most routes are single pitch between 25m and 50m long on excellent rock. This is a winter crag as it faces north and it largely protected form wind. Cooler summer days also work as the sun is high and the cliff will stay shaded till early afternoon.

Turn off Bell Liners Rd at Zig Zag railway. Turn right at the T intersection onto Glow Worm Tunnel Rd. Pass the Bunglboori campsite area on the right after 2k and continue for another couple of kilometres to the Western Boundary Rd turn on your right. Take this. It becomes Waratah Ridge Rd at an intersection with Eastern Boundary Rd after 3.6k. Continue past this and swing left onto Two Trees Rd in 200m. There is a right turn after 1.5k. Go past this. Take the next right turn which is about another 800m. Park after about 2km at a large area with two trees, where the road loops back to the left. There is a steep track heading down hill. Take this or, if you have a 4WD, continue on. After a 200m, on the uphill, there is a cairn (Grid Position: -033.369178° / +150.285886°) marking a track on the left. Follow this for 5 minutes or so and scramble to the base of the cliff. Head back to the right which will bring you to the base of the main wall.

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The furtherest route to the left, 25m past Spiderpig, in the steep gully.

FA: Gracie Saunders, 12 May

Bouldery start to get established on blunt, tecko arete.

FA: Simon Atkins, Sep 2017

Skip the bolts on the nice crack that Centurion starts up but instead of heading right to the aréte, wander up the obvious and really nice corner finger crack to the top. Tree belay. Try to avoid trashing the fern near the top as it can be easily climbed around with bomber gear just before you do so. Lots of small/medium cams. You can get off by rapping from a tree or scrambling down to the anchors for one of the other routes.

FA: Will Vidler & Harry Kadi, 20 May

Start up the crack, move left into corner and back right to gain the arete.

FA: Simon Atkins, Sep 2017

Start on the ledge, moving up and left to gain arete. Technical climbing on excellent rock.

FA: Gracie Saunders, Sep 2017

Bridge up obvious corner and step left to climb fantastic iron-stone features on the face above

FA: Luca Saunders, Sep 2017

Ten meters to the right of Drop Bear is a water-washed slab that is made of the hardest and most polished sandstone you will find. Climbs up and to the left of the tree growing in the corner.

FA: Ellinor Atkins, Sep 2017

Start as per Milo but continue up to the tree and onto the face behind it.

FA: Luca Saunders

Twenty meters to the right of Drop Bear is an orange face. Climb the crack, flake and on to the arete.

FA: Simon Atkins

On the left end of the main wall there is a black slab. Climb the middle to a good ledge.

FA: Astrid Atkins, Sep 2017

Start just to the right Berk, Berk, Bekawrk on the left edge of the main wall. A long outing with some unlikely pockets.

FA: Julian Saunders, Aug 2017

Batman start.

FA: Simon Atkins

Common start with Mandingo. Follow the left line of bolts.

FA: Simon Atkins

Same start as per Red Hot Poker but quickly head to the right and up the blackness to the the top.

Start on the left side of the century box feature to gain the obvious crack. A mixture of bolts and cams.

FA: Christoph Gill

Starts 20m right of Stoph's PROJ

FA: Simon Atkins

Epic!

FA: Julian Saunders, Sep 2017

Blast up the ironstone monorail . All time.

FA: Simon Atkins, 12 May

Follow the ironstone feature up to roof, around this and up the seem.

FA: Julian Saunders, May 2018

Climbs the large crack a few meters to the right of Disorientated.

First obvious crack. The entire route has been climbed at 23 M1, to top, should go at 25. Please stay off until 31 July. If I haven't done it by then it can be a free for all.

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