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Lat / Long: -34.865291, 138.724619
A little outcrop just left of the Ambers Gully waterfall with some bouldering on a boulder and small wall behind it further down along the walking track.
Dave Adams & Terry Doleman put up 4 ten metre routes here (no route descriptions provided), becoming harder from L to R (13-16), on the rock to the left of the falls in December 1989. Bouldering can be found on the large block, and the small outcrop behind it, just before reaching the falls.
Park in the Black Hill Conservation Park car park on Gorge Road about 3.5km past the Stradbroke Rd roundabout. Follow Main Ridge Track to the sharp left hand turn up hill. Here leave the track and follow the Ambers Gully Track to the right until the large boulder and outcrop is reached. It's then a 10 minute walk to the outcrop.
Dave Adams & Terry Doleman (December, 1989). Bouldering has happened on the large boulder and small outcrop behind for years.
Lat / Long: -34.865291, 138.724657
A large boulder situated along the walking track with some nice bouldering on it.
★ Ambers Ruin
Sit start with both hands in crack. Follow the crack and top out. Essentially a crack eliminate but climbs nicely as a distinct line
★★ Unnamed 2
Sit start with left hand on the good pinch down low in next to crack and right hand on the sloping arete. Compress your way up to the top and top out.
★ Unnamed 3
Climb the left hand side of the slab.
★ Unnamed 4
Climb the centre of the slab.
★ Unnamed 5
Climb the right hand side of the slab.
Start matched on the layback edge on the overhanging arete and follow the arete straight up.
Sit start with left hand on edge and right hand jug. Climb slightly left and top out at it's highest point.
Mmm, Smooth Calves
Follows the thin crack feature straight to the large blocky side pull above. Mantle out.
|V0||Mmm, Smooth Calves||5m||1.1. Amber Boulders|
|★||Unnamed 3||3m||1.1. Amber Boulders|
|★||Unnamed 5||4m||1.1. Amber Boulders|
|Unnamed 7||2m||1.1. Amber Boulders|
|V1||★||Unnamed 4||1.1. Amber Boulders|
|V3||★||Ambers Ruin||3m||1.1. Amber Boulders|
|★★||Unnamed 2||3m||1.1. Amber Boulders|
|V5||Unnamed 6||5m||1.1. Amber Boulders|