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Flying Fish Point

  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 18
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Summary

Small crags offering some easy problems for those who happen to be in the area.

Description

Two small crags within a few minutes drive of each other offering problems on sandstone seaside rock with varying degrees of fun. FFP South offers 3 better quality problems compared to the less interesting problems and lesser quality rock at FFP North.

Access issues

The north crag is within National Park boundaries so all rules need to be followed regarding this. Most areas only accessible at low tide as base of problems will be submerged during high tide.

Approach

From Innisfail head north-east out of town on Flying Fish Point Road, the first crag you'll reach is the southern one, head north another 5 minutes for the northern area. See individual areas for more precise directions.

Where to stay

Accommodation available in Flying Fish Point, either the caravan park or AirBnB are available.

Ethic

No chipping holds, no marking the start of problems, clean up your rubbish which includes finger tape and orange peels and take out whatever else you find even if it's not yours.

History

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Explored and established by Nick Murphy in May 2020 while looking for Far North Queensland next best bouldering destination. These weren't quite it.

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