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A group of boulders on the northern spur of a shallow valley, part way between Tower Rocks and Legoland.



From the 'Elephant Special' area, follow the contour about 200 metres south (towards 'Tower Rocks'). Freebird is located at -35.602335, 148.946054, and is the obvious 15m crack on the wall facing Legoland. These boulders can also be reached by bush-bashing downhill and rightwards just after the flat rock platform on the path from 'Tower Rocks' to 'Legoland'.



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Impressive. The fine diagonal crackline on the steep concave face, originally climbed mostly with aid. The free version uses the corner on the right.

Start: on the northernmost substantial boulder of the group, facing 'Legoland'.

FA: John Wood & John Carlson, 1983

FFA: Mike Law-Smith, John Smart & Dave Sargent, 1984

Start 20 metres right and downhill from 'Freebird'. Climb the short crack which leans left for the first two metres.

FA: Matthew Boyd & Brenden Boyd, 1989

At the same level as 'Freebird', about 100 metres south (towards 'Tower Rocks'). Off the boulder and up the overhanging hand crack.

FA: John Smart, 1980

On the side facing the small valley, about 30 metres right of 'Recumbency'. The thin finger crack with a wall start.

FA: John Smart, 1980


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