Bush boulders and walls to 4m.


Some boulders and short walls in a plesant bush setting. Rock tends to be coarse-grained.

Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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Park in Mitchell Crescent, Warrawee. Follow the footpath at the rear right corner of the dog park a short distance to the top of the cliff line.

Ethic inherited from North Shore

Respecting the enviroment and keeping crags clean will maintain a healthy and important relationship between the climbing community, local councils and National Parks. Carry out what you take in and enjoy what the North Shore has to offer.

If you come across an area that is being developed or you think could be under development, please show all due respect to the developers and do not climb the projects listed on


History timeline chart

Crag being updated and reodered left to right. Not sure where routes with no topos are located.



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FA: Jack Folkes, 14 May 2015

FA: Jack Folkes, 15 May 2015

FA: Ryan Coutts

Left side of juggy warm up wall.

FA: Ryan Coutts

Right side of juggy warm up wall.

FA: Ryan Coutts

Sit Start. Overhung Mantle top out.

Set: Alex stokes, 26 Mar 2016

Located 2m below 'Breathe'.

High feet start on same rock. Single finger holes bump to sharp jug. Pinch button, sloper top out.

FA: Alex stokes, May 2016

Jack Wall

Sit start at next to left arete on face. Move up and left to rounded arete before moving back right to top out above the start. Ledge to left is out.

FA: Ryan Coutts

Sit start on hanging flake without using any of the sandy ledges under the little cave. Move straight up via shallow pocket and slopers to top out. Any holds out left on the adjacent climb are out.

FA: Jack Folkes, 14 May 2015

Stand start on pockets. Move straight up the wall to top out.

FA: Josh Hardy

FA: Jack Folkes, 14 May 2015

FA: Ryan Coutts

FA: Ryan Coutts

Sit Start. Pocket to arete. Two sharp jugs to sloper mantle top out.

Set: Alex stokes, 26 Mar 2016

Nice warm up. Sit start. Pinch pull up to jugs. Sloper mantle top out, good feet.

Set: Alex stokes, 26 Mar 2016

Sit start. Up centre pillar, chimney to sloper mantle top out.

Start: 2m right of Closure. Sit Start. Up sideways pull. Swing right to sharp jug. High sloper to the right, sloper mantle top out, better feet left.

FA: Ryan Coutts

Set: Alex stokes, 26 Mar 2016

Start matched on the under cling. Big move out to the lip then finish on the left of the tree.

Around the corner to 4m walls with a seam in the middle. Broken bits show it's been climbed before.

Power past the single pocket on not much.

Climb the seam any way, or only finger locks, probably V2

Thin wall just right of Seam

Grab the giant Bread Knife jug and mantle over it straight up the wall.

Arete on right of wall on ironstone rims and jugs


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