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Description

The maze of boulders at the south of the beach. Many of the climbs have obvious holds, good landings, and is suitable for beginners. It is a scenic destination with many people around so please be respectful to other park users and rangers.

The best time to go is during low tide as a number of problems will be underwater otherwise.

Access issues inherited from Wilson's Promontory

Keep all off track activities to a minimum.

A free permit is required to climb in this National Park, which is easy to get from the information center. If the ranger is unsure about the permit tell them it is at the far right of their counter (there are lots of casual rangers working here who are unsure of all the processes). It is a simple form to fill out solely for emergency purposes. Parks Victoria only recognizes the following locations as climbing areas at the Prom:

-Mt Bishop

-Elephant Rock

-Mt Oberon

-Little Oberon (Trackside Wall)

-Turtle Rock.

There are no access issues for bouldering at beaches

Approach

From Whiskey Bay carpark, follow the walking track to the beach for approximately 400 metres. The boulders are immediately on your left as you enter the beach.

Ethic inherited from Whiskey Bay Boulders

It's bouldering, so clearly no bolting. Don't brush routes and keep chalk to a minimum and clean up after yourselves.

Areas

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15
4m
3
Neat Boulder boulder
4
17
4m
2
Lagavulin boulder
6
10
2m
4
Suntory boulder
1
2
2m
1

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