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Communication Dome

  • Grade context: AU
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  • Aka: Panorama Wall
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Access issues inherited from Mt Oberon

Access to some of these cliffs requires a lot of abseiling and bush-bashing. It is strongly advised against going to these cliffs. Please stay on cliffs close to the summit of 'Mt Oberon', due to the fact that bush-bashing is frowned upon by Parks Victoria.

Ethic inherited from Mt Oberon

BOLTING IS PROHIBITED. STAY TO TRACKS AND DEFINED TRAILS. BUSH-BASHING PROHIBITED.

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THIS AREA OF MOUNT OBERON HAS PREVIOUSLY BEEN RECORDED AS PANORAMA WALL (VCC EASTERN VICTORIA GUIDEBOOK)

The line of BK can clearly be seen as the left hand skyline of the Summit of Mount Oberon from the campground at Tidal River. The second pitch follows the rib that is in actual fact the top of the huge flake obvious from sea level.

  1. 30m. Start below the right hand of two cracks in the wall behind the huge boulder at the bottom of the crag. Climb this crack over the easing angle and then continue straight up until a short traverse left leads to a block and belay at the bottom of a lightly vegetated fist wide crack and broken rib.

  2. 10m. Climb the crack above stepping onto the rib after a few meters. Continue cautiously over less perfect rock up the cracked rib to the top. Good belay in crack and small tree. Descend by continuing to summit track.

FA: Karl Bromelow, Mandy Robertson & Kai Seth Robertson, 9 Jun 2014

Set by Grant Baxter, 22 Feb 2015

Set by Grant Baxter

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