The next bunch of problems are on the somewhat fin-like large block sitting in front of the large roof.

Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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At the Southern end of the boulder. Start low on the leaning arete right of the overhanging face, traverse the arete all the way around to the slab on the other side. Good fun.

Pick some solidish holds low in the orange overhanging choss, then up rightish to the weakness on the lip and mantle. Pleasant enough.

Start standing above the big white sandy hole with your hands in the scoop. Move slightly right and up. Tougher than it looks. Good.

Full of variety. From the 4 finger pocket above the white sandy scoop, crank up and onto the slab, then delicately to the top. Good.

Start at the base of the overlap, then up the relaxing slab - if you don't mind a loose hold or two.

Climb the slab 1m left of the overlap, slightly tougher than "Air On A G-String".

Up the feature on the Northern end of The Fin.

A very short boulder (not a?) problem. Up over the overlap of the small boulder leaning against The Fin.

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