Sea level north

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More a 4-5m high cliff which is undercut providing mostly steep juggy options. Beware- the rock can be sandy and friable. Finishing problems half way up is more prudent than trying to top out

Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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Walk past 2 inlets about 400m north of stairs and after crossing second inlet climb down 3 m to sea level and head north into sandy alcove. Fishermen do this all the time.



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Lay down start under roof and pull up through hand crack past a couple of horizontal breaks.

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Author(s): Tim Haasnoot

Date: 2013

ISBN: 9780975129319

An area that has steep sport routes, trad cracks, deep-water-soling, sea cliff climbing and bouldering all within a short drive to some beautiful beaches and national parks is surely worth a look in. The Newcastle and Hunter Rock Climbing guide by Tim Haasnoot is feature packed and includes all the areas worth a day trip from Newcastle. This guide features over 950 routes, 170 boulder problems and 100 DWS with full topo maps and navigation info.

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