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Mostly hard bouldering on slopey pockets with even slopier top outs. Lots of boulders spaced out over a large area with heaps of potential for new problems. (The guide is incomplete at this stage and some problems may have FA before currently listed.)

Access issues

The boulders are situated above a residential area so it is important to be quiet and courteous when using this area. When driving under the bridge be aware that clearance is only 2.1m and high tide can come up to your wheels. Do not block access to Lara St.


From the highway take the Gosford turn and head down the hill and turn right on Brisbane Water Drive. Turn right onto Lara St just before the bridge. Follow the road under the bridge and park on the right. Best not to park further along as these are resident parks.

Follow the road past the house and take the right branch up the hill until you see a large boulder on the left. Turn left just after here on the track behind the new apartments and over a bridge. Follow the track/fire break behind the houses until you reach a boulder on the left where the track takes a slight kink to the left. There's also a small yellow drain. Turn right up hill here past the Bikini Cave on the left. Scramble up the small cliffline and head diagonally right up the hill and the boulders should appear. Hopefully the map will help a bit.


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