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A couple of boulders are located near the walking track on the north western side of the oval. Further along the shore line are a number of sandy boulders with bad landings.

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Desperate finger-locking, flake-hauling or spanning - make your choice. Either way don't make too much noise in the bushes.

Start at bulb hanging down 1m left of R end of block. Start on this and traverse left staying below lip. Top out around left of overhanging arete. Fun.

FA: dwebster, Feb 2018

Just where the stairs come down. Start on r of arete holding small flake. Move left using pockets, avoiding lip, till small obvious ledge. Over.

FA: dwebster, Feb 2018

Just r of PtN. Left hand pinching in shallow break. R in large undercut. Move up and over slope, staying on the L side of the arete.

FA: dwebster, Feb 2018

Smash downwards then roll rapidly into mud, water or oysters if unlucky: happy days!

Start as far right as you can. Hold round, sloping lip and move left around arete till you reach the corner. Easier if it wasn't so sandy...

FA: dwebster, Feb 2018

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