Minogue Crescent All Bouldering19 routes in cliff
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A 3-5m high old quarry or cutting under a curtain of overgrown figs beneath the backs of houses. Climbs are listed left to right facing in.
Minogue Reserve between Minogue Crescent and the Glebe PCYC
Beware the wall of overgrown figs, cactus and streams of domestic and vegetated rubbish on the right of the cliff. Rap off the railing on the left, or jump, downclimb or abseil off a tree.
Judging by the numerous chipped jugs (the sport-climbing of the 60s?), and mostly poxy bolts, it was clearly climbed in the past by Scouts, PCYC boys and local post-punk hard men in the 60s, 70s and 80s. Now mostly gone to ruin, and with good reason.
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