Walls of 2000




Mostly short routes on grainy rock.


Rebolted 2020 and some new routes added. Bolt plates still needed on many climbs. A good beginners area. Bring some gloves and pull out some lantana while here.

Access issues

Be mindful of erosion at the cliff base.



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  1. 10 m 13 the left most route in the sector slab to small ledge DBB

  2. 15m 13 up blocks then ledges DUBB. Possible to walk off right from here

  3. 15m 13 head left from belay then up past chain, left across slab and up short wall to semi hanging DBB. It’s 30m abseil direct to ground.

Rebolted. Old small bolts still visible. Be careful of tree.

Up scoops right of Avalanche in centre of buttress


The arete right of Avalanche, steep start.


Just left of chimney to DBB

Bridge the chimney with bolts on right wall


Slightly contrived up centre of next buttress with moves to left at second bolt, then back right.

Straight up just left of arete, to flake finish. The bolts on Spider Lair suffice or just top rope it.

Up right side of arete passing scoop. Balancy.

Left of arete in gully to shared DBB on block

Just right of arete to DBB on block

Up wall to flake feature and DBB

The route directly up to the DBB in the middle of the wall, right of the flake up high. TR easily after doing pinch me I’m dreaming.

1m left of chimney and large sandy overhang. Move left to DBB or top out

The south facing wall right of the chimney past 3 RBs to top out to shared anchors

FA: Leon

On the outside of Sandy overhang, rebolted on FHs. Anchor back on block, can scramble up from right to clean long slings, or abseil off. Tricky start, then step left and up arete.

Hard start for the grade, easy middle. Lost under vegetation, probably best to leave it there. Original Rusty bolts.

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Author(s): Tim Haasnoot

Date: 2013

ISBN: 9780975129319

An area that has steep sport routes, trad cracks, deep-water-soling, sea cliff climbing and bouldering all within a short drive to some beautiful beaches and national parks is surely worth a look in. The Newcastle and Hunter Rock Climbing guide by Tim Haasnoot is feature packed and includes all the areas worth a day trip from Newcastle. This guide features over 950 routes, 170 boulder problems and 100 DWS with full topo maps and navigation info.

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