Big ol slabby goodness.

Access issues inherited from Mons School Road Park

This area has been gazetted by the council as a park (according to google maps). However, we have been approached by locals wondering what we are doing here. Please realize that this is still a fairly residential neighbourhood, and that although the residents are friendly we still need to be as polite as possible to them. This includes keeping noise levels low, cleaning up after yourself and others and carpooling to the crag. The residents have also expressed concerns about fires resulting from the dryness of the park so it is encouraged that if you are smoking to be mindful of where you ash your smokes, and what you do with the butts. If possible please do not smoke at the crag.

Carpooling- Flow bouldering have offered the use of their carpark as a meeting spot for people to carpool from. It's five minutes down the road and has coffee and chalk.


Follow main Wall along from mono madness for about 20 metres or so until you see some boulders on your right. This will be the first boulder you come to.

Ethic inherited from Mons School Road Park

Sandstone - Please don't climb here after rain, the sandstone becomes brittle and will break.

Please consider pad placement when bouldering in Buderim aiming not to put pads on flora or fauna.

Clean up after your session. This includes clearing rubbish and brushing holds free of any chalk you use. If chalk spillage occurs please hoard it back into your chalk depository device like a miserly gremlin.

Keep noise and group numbers to a minimum.


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Start on the left most nubbin with excellent low feet. Straight up avoiding the flake on the left. Works well no-handed.

Climbs the left side of the slab. Starting centrally with one hand on each nubbin, up on nubbins and baubles.

James Shapter

FA: Oliver Rickford, 2 Jun 2021

To the right Of Magic and Alchemy. Start with the most right nubbin, move up staying directly above the starting hold to a small feature up high before slapping over the top, finishing left of the highest point on the boulder.

A hold has broken reciently, this is potentially much harder now.

Oliver Rickford

FA: Oliver Rickford, 8 Aug

Start right of Philosopher's Stone, keeping left of the nubins up through nothing holds and small features. Mantle at the highest point. More brushing required.

Stand start with undercling and low arete for hands. Work your way up arete and slab to top out.

James Hembury

FA: James Hembury, 28 Jul

Stand Start on the right hand side of arete. Magic your way up to top out.

Tamati Kennedy

FA: Tamati Kennedy, 28 Jul

Sit start deep in the hole using opposing side pulls. Avoid dabbing on the Cracked Boulder to the left.

Reagen Tieleman

FA: Jake O'Sullivan, 12 Jul


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