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Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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Nice sequence to start then easy climbing for the rest.

Start: little sequence that makes the climb

Through small roof then up wall, some cams may come in handy.

Start: 2m right of Scott's Edge

Rooflet then sandy breaks.

Start: 1m right of 'Comausminpab'.

Industrial anchors surrounded by a sea of pockets. A crag classic.

Start: 2m right of 'Comausminpab'

Climb through pockets to tackle thin section around 3rd bolt to gain chain

Start: 3m right of 'Fox Sox Pox'

Another crag classic. Made even more so after rebolting. Up through pockets then 'blank' wall to finish.

Start: 1m right of 'Natasha'

FA: Scott Butler & James Holbrook, 1980

Traverse left from the base of 'Mental Fatigue Direct Start' to the anchors of Scott's Edge.

FA: Daniel da Silva

Go direct, left of the original start for MF, past two rings.

Start: 2m left of MF

Nice crack with good underclings.

Climb MF to second bolt then direct to top.

Start: as for 'Mental Fatigue'.

Great wall climbing using some great holds and some small ones as well.

Gain the break then venture up the slab to finish.

Start: 4m right (up slope) from 'Mental Fatigue'.

FA: Gavin Portier, 2009

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