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Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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Ethic inherited from Illawarra and Shoalhaven

Lots of bolts in this region. Most development has been done after the 1980s.

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FA: George Fieg, 1996

Possible 35/9a ?

Tom O'Halloran

Set by Tom O'Halloran, 2020

Extension of Cheese Gobbler?

Set by Rob Lebreton

Mark McGivern

FA: Pete Tosen, 2005

A crazy extension to Metamorphosis climbing all the way to the top of the cliff. Endurance test piece

"The Big Cheese '34' (8c+) Daniel Fisher FA 13/8/16 Nowra"

FA: Daniel Fisher, 13 Aug 2016

Old projects, maybe Paul Westwood?

Old projects, maybe Paul Westwood?

FA: Paul Westwood, 1994

Insane! A line of holds just happens to lead into the belly of the big roof, meeting the Big Cheese for the final few moves at the lip. The star destroyer shaped roof is brilliant pocketed sandstone.

Set by George Broadfoot, 6 Aug 2015

FA: George Broadfoot, 14 May 2019

The original project before Curds of Prey was found, the huge undercling at the lip looked so inviting. A cool sequence to turn the lip, then traverse left along the juggy red stone to the apex of the cheese wedge. Clip the chains on The Wheel of Cheese, then top out!

FA: George Broadfoot, 2 Jun 2019

Traverse across the brilliant white rock in an excellent position, crossing the bulge to a fine headwall. Extend the clip on the bolt before the steepness to avoid excessive drag.

FA: George Broadfoot, 3 Oct 2015

Start as for spicy cheese but head left and up through the cruxy bulge to follow the S-shaped line. Keep going all the way to the top of the cliff. Fun climbing, lost a grade recently due to new holds being discovered at the crux.

FA: George Broadfoot, 6 Jul 2014

A fine morsel. Start as for Spicy Cheese and finish at anchors halfway up the wall.

FA: Luke Magill, 12 May 2014

Start at the flake below the offwidth between cheesemonster wall and the bouldering. A slightly mingin start leads to excellent featured climbing on a great angle. A finger endurance test piece!

FA: George Broadfoot, 12 May 2014

FA: Graham Fairbairn, 1993

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