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Summary

Boulder and swim!

Description

Small beach near Forster framed with rocky outcrops. Some rock is a bit chossy but it tends to be the lighter orange stuff. Keep to the sometimes sharp, dark rock and you will be fine. The Best rock is in the middle and southern end of the beach. Feel free to edit the location of these boulders as i am relying on my memory of the area. http://www.greatlakes.org.au/outdoors/beaches/burgess-beach

Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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Approach

Off the lakes way, easiest way is to turn into Kularoo dr and follow that right through to Lakeview cres.. turn left and then the first right is burgess road. As you come down the hill the car park is on your left.

Areas

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Style
Routes
Ticks
Height
Grades
Mid way boulder
1
2
3m
1
The temple boulder
1
8
4m
1
1
5
5m
1
Origin boulder
1
1
3m

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