Obvious collection of well featured boulders home to some hard classics including the Alan Pryce test piece 'Body Battle'.


Downhill about 50 metres from the Throw Down Boulder,

The Frontline boulders are located at GPS pin S31.952883333, E116.14493333.

Ethic inherited from Winjan Boulders

Climbing is a privilege not a right – please respect the bushland and the rock. Where possible preserve the natural flora and keep to tracks to minimize impact. Clean tick marks and caked chalk with a good scrubbing. No chipping or gluing. Take your rubbish out with you.


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Stand start on the left of the slab with left hand on good flake side pull. Stand up and top out.

Stand start on weird holds just left of 'Uno Mas'. Tricky Moves.

FA: Jason Girdlestone

Sit start as 'Uno Mas' but trend left into 'No Where to Run'. Awkward and weird

Sit start with left hand sidepull and right hand on the triangle block. Up crimps to a good right hand sidepull.

FA: Jason Girdlestone, 2007

Start far left and trend right to join the sitter. Turns the moves of the sitter into a bit of an epic

Sit start with left hand jug and right hand low side pull. Hard burly compression sequence into the stand.

FA: Andy Lampard, 18 Apr 2018

Stand start. Work your way up the arete with funky footwork and small crimps on the bulge.

Toe hook beta:

Heel hook beta:

FA: Jason Girdlestone, 2007

Sit start matched on R/H side, stay below the arete. big move in middle.

Stand start on the obvious flake then trend left through crimps. Massive left hand throw then top out. Classic.

FA: Will Atkinson, Sep 2016

Same starting jug as 'Eyes on the Pies', but uses a series of gastons to climb directly up. Slightly sketchy top-out.

FA: Andy Lampard, Jul 2016

Start on the flake - trend right to right hand sidepull.

FA: Jason Girdlestone, Sep 2016

Stand start on good holds, move left to the jug of 'Wrong Side of 30' then trend up and right to topout as 'Waterlemon'. Scary.

FA: Mitch Woodward, 3 Sep 2019

Crouch start as Waterlemon. Traverse left into the stand. Awkward landing.

FA: Michael Taran, May 2020

Crouch start on top of the pedestal. Pull on to good crimps, paste the feet and jump up to good hold on the bulge, keeping to the right and into a high finish. Very cool.

FA: Alan Pryce

Sit start on the left arete holds then slightly right.

FA: Jason Girdlestone

Sit start on underclings. Hard start move to establish.

FA: Jason Girdlestone

Stand start on big flake then head up left to flake pinch.

FA: Andy Conlin

Sit start on jug.

FA: Angus Griffin

Stand start on opposing crimps, big move to lip rail.

FA: Jason Girdlestone

Sit start the right arete with sloper and low right crimp.

Smack the lip, spin your way through the tensioney traverse and bust out the glorious finish of Body Battle

FA: Mitch Woodward, May 2020

Sit start in the low left hand scoops. Strenuous moves through the scoops and up to the sloper rail. Big finishing move from a good edge to the top. Classic!

FA: Alan Pryce, Nov 2014

Sit start as Body Battle but head out left and up the arête... looks very hard and very cool

Sit start on low foot rail and low left hand jug. Straight up. Located on the back side of the Ultimate Find (body battle) Boulder.

FA: Jason Girdlestone

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