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Lat / Long: -30.843822, 151.156381
Boulder on the north side of the cluster with a wattle growing out of it.
Is via private property, please shut the gate if you access via the north end. Owner has given permission to climb the boulders in his paddock off the the river and access the river from the watsons creek road side. Owner on the opposite side (east) of the river prefers that no one access his property. There is a fence on that side, all boulders along the river are public access and available to anyone.
from the north walk along the side of the river, or from crystal castle walk pass the stagnate pool towards the river. From the south cross the dry creek bed towards the river.
A lot of people access this area to swim, please take all rubbish with you. Unfortunately has a history of people doing the wrong thing and could leed to a total lock out.
north face next to the wattle with many features
East side of the boulder under the large sheoak