A low flat boulder in the field with a small overhung roof section.

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


Between Neat and Pebbly Debbly

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.


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SDS on far left of the boulder on nice jug rail with feet underneath. Pull off the ground and mantel.

FA: Jamie Ung, 24 Jan

A leftward technical traverse on great holds. SDS with one hand on jug of "Old Fashioned" and the other hand on the 3-finger low pocket. Finish up on the far left of the boulder. Might be harder than a V4?

The full problem (open project) starts low in the overhang on two double 3-finger pockets and busts out to the lip before continuing the traverse. Would likely go.

FA: Jamie Ung, 24 Jan

A beginner's dream. SDS on the two alien looking potato holds and head directly up using the sidepull on the right.

FA: Jamie Ung, 24 Jan

Start matched on jug on edge of overhang and do a fun one-move punch to the jug and mantle.

Bat hang start for fun / style points.

Set by Tom, 31 Dec 2019

Rounded slab opposite the Lagavulin boulder. Stand-start easily but mantel difficulty.

FA: Jamie Ung, 24 Jan

A nice technical traverse which is immediately on your left as you can see the Lagavulin boulder. Stand-start as far right as possible. Traverse leftward using slopers and crimps before reaching the jugs. Avoid the good lip until the mantel.

FA: Jamie Ung, 24 Jan

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