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The boulders visible from the North Point Campground on the hill above Honeymoon Bay.

The rock is Toohey Forest-esque, and climbs similarly. Solid sandstone, that features many crystals and a gritty top layer, making for a rather skin destroying and insecure experience.

The boulders vary in height from 1m to 5m. Primarily slopey aretes, chimneys, blank faces, and the occasional flared crack. Features are minimal - generally shallow pockets, or slopey rails. The micro-edges that exist are snappy and can't really be trusted.

All in all, there are certainly a good number problems to be done but, given the sharp rock and often sub-par landings off tall boulders, it's a sector for the brave and masochistic. If you have more psych than sense and make the trip, bring more than 1 pad.


From North Point campground (30-40 minutes 4X4 from Tangalooma Wrecks) walk to Honeymoon Bay (5 min). 50m before the beach you'll notice a faint track behing a wire fence on your RHS going up a white/yellow rocky hill. Follow this foot pad until you are on the summit boulder area.


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1 or 2 hard moves on bad edges with wide foot on the low rail, then to decent holds and a slopey top out.

Wouldn't want to fall off the top. Probably will be V3/4?


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