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Lat / Long: -30.901257, 151.145533
Here some of the original stone was hand cut in the 1800's for some of the original buildings built in Bendemeer. The stone cutters have left one boulder with some very unusual features, like two finger pockets and gouged corners.
All climbs listed here are on public access land, crown, TSR, or river access. Many great areas around bendemeer are on private land but due to fear of liability or theft these areas are strictly of limits. Unless you like been shot at while climbing..
Please close all gates that you enter into and out of TSR, please don't spook stock and Above all PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE ANY RUBBISH! This is the easiest way to get locals off side!
Lat / Long: -30.901116, 151.145313
Right next to the TSR fence, bit of blackberry about so be careful.
Easy slab, easiest spot to get off too.
Set by Deon Heemskerk, 2 Apr 2016
Cookies and cream
SDS, tricky lay back start but once you grab the high jug its over.
West of the stone cutter's, with a nice crop of ferns under it.
Lat / Long: -30.901274, 151.145396
As a Bendemeer local please respect my projects on this boulder and dont attemp any till i finish. I only ask for this boulder only. Thankyou
Legend has it when this boulder was being cut into horizontal slabs by the cutters and it actually fractured the wrong way! Fracturing vertically and that is why it was left. True or not? It has left us with one fun boulder. A lot of hard work went into hand cutting this boulder back in the day. It only seems right to honor that by climbing it!
SDS Layback the crack
Up the two finger pocket line.
Dyno to mantle, traverse right then up via pockets or large flake.
Large boulder on road side with large thin but solid flake.
Roadside boulder with distinctive hat like top section.
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