Access: Access road closed (NP / Bushfires)

As per 'The Gold Mine', most roads in Jerrawangala National Park are closed. E.g there is a locked gate at the start of the normal access road in - Yarran Road. Makes it hard to get to the crag.


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Created 15 days ago




This sector encompasses a number of walls and buttresses starting at a deep cleft/gully just past the sandy traverse under a roof with a fixed rope handline ( care needs to be taken here) and extends to just before you reach the waterfall. There is also an access route with rungs and a fixed rope about 15m left of This Wretched Life. This allows quick access to the top if you find yourself at this end of the crag at the end of the day.

Access issues inherited from Lasseter's

No access issue - bolt away!

Ethic inherited from Lasseter's

Sport Climbing Crag



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Climbs the seam and face just left of the arete. Start 3m left of the gully. Climb through a little bit of ordinary rock to get to the gold. Up the seam and on to the technical slab and through to easier ground to anchors.

FA: John Lattanzio, 28 Dec 2011

Start as for Angelic Upstart. Takes the left line of bolts after the 3rd bolt of Angelic Upstart. Thin and technical climbing to the ledge (it's ok to step on the shrubbery) then easy to top.

FA: John Lattanzio, 12 Jan 2012

Not bolted yet. It starts about 4 m to the right of Pavlovian. I guess it needs a Batman start (unfortunately), up to a ridiculously hard roof move and then sustained face climb. At least grade 24, I reckon.

PROJECT UP FOR GRABS! Top part could also be a more appropriate variant of Pavlovian.

Set by Steven Griffiths

Don't let the batman start put you off as the climbing is both exciting and technical. Start under the hanging corner/seam next to a small spotted gum. You'll need Batman's assistance and sports a couple of rungs to assist. Layback and bridge the steep corner/seam to the roof, launch right to the jugs, then on to the easier exposed arete to the anchors.

FA: John Lattanzio, 14 Apr 2012

Great climbing with the crux down low followed by easier and enjoyable climbing to the top. Start as for Moral Compass to the 2nd bolt. Traverse right and up to the obvious crack which is followed then up the easier wall to anchors.

FA: John Lattanzio, 12 Jan 2012

Ascends the attractive blank looking wall bounded on the right by twin cracks and on the left by a corner and large roof. Start off the block. Superb, thin and sustained climbing to the footledge is followed by a sustained easier jaunt to the top.

FA: John Lattanzio, 11 Nov 2011

Start as for Moral Compass,then step left at the second bolt. Thought provoking and sustained climbing to gain the foot ledges with a final tricky move before the cruise to the top.

FA: John Lattanzio, 22 Nov 2014

Takes the line just right of the bushy corner Start on the grassy ledge. Some thin sequences at the start lead to a mantle and on to the flake system and on to the anchors.

FA: John Lattanzio, 12 Oct 2013

Starts at the left end of a long ledge a few meters off the ground, accessed with the aid of a fixed rope handrail. Single bolt belay. The right hand route. Plenty of climbing in this short route.

FA: John Lattanzio, 29 Apr 2017

Same belay as Struggle Street. The left hand route just right of the hanging arete.

FA: John Lattanzio, 13 May 2017

Takes the seam up the overhanging rusty wall 2 m right of the crack. Interesting and sustained climbing with a feisty layback finish.

FA: John Lattanzio, 22 Nov 2015

Start at the obvious crack at the right end of the orange wall. Steep and technical crack climbing requiring an unconventional style. Enjoyable and thought provoking. Once the crack is dispensed with tackle the roof/hanging arete above to anchors on the lip.

FA: John Lattanzio, 22 May 2016

Starts at the little flake line near the left end of the orange wall capped by a large roof. Second to clean.

FA: Eugene Mak

Set by Mike Law

The rightward leaning arete at the left end of the orange wall capped by a large roof. Start directly under the arete.

FA: John Lattanzio, 5 Oct 2013

An unlikely looking face climb. Start at the obvious corner crack. Climb the easy crack to the ledge then step right and climb the technical face on fabulous rock.

FA: John Lattanzio, 18 Jul 2012

Start just left of eroded cave and 10m right of SIUP. Climb the edge passing the chimney then trend right to anchors.

FA: Alison Chiam, 16 Jan 2014

Start 3m right of SIUP at the chimney/alcove. Climb diagonally left to ledge then up to anchors.

FA: Lous Blundell, 16 Jan 2014

First route on a little buttress about 50m left of a green mossy slab. Start at the obvious little corner with a crack and flake. Climb the steep little crack and onward to anchors.

FA: John Lattanzio, 12 Jan 2012

Start as for Suck It Up Princess. Thin climbing and funky footwork up the slightly overhung wall left of Suck It Up Princess.

FA: John.Lattanzio, 7 Apr 2012

Start 2m right of 'Lady of the Flies' at the flake seam. A bouldery start leads to sustained, technical climbing.

FA: John Lattanzio, 20 Feb 2012

Start at the base of the obvious flake around the corner 10m left of Suck it up Princess. Climb the flake and on to anchors.

FA: Emma Richmond-Darvill, 17 Feb 2012


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