Climbs 40
Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 94m a.s.l
Faces SW

Crag features

The crag was discovered by Steve Hawkshaw and Chris Fox on the April bank holiday weekend 2005 and was kept quiet until it was developed enough to get enough interest. The climbing at OT is varied, from grade 12 slabs to grade 25 pumpers. It is located in a great out of the way place so the usually annoyances that you associate with Nowra do not exist.

Approach notes

From the roundabout at the North Nowra shops head right (instead of left to go to the grotto and camping areas) and follow Illaroo road out of Nowra. At 10.5km there is an intersection (Illaroo road goes left to Babylon) continue on straight ahead and shortly the road will turn to dirt (11.1km from roundabout). You will then pass under some high voltage power lines (13.1Km) and Lower Bugong road (13.9Km) off to the left (Goes to West Bank). Continue straight ahead for another kilometre of so until Abernethy�s Road appears on the left (15.1km from roundabout). Take this road for 1.5km until the road weaves down and left underneath a cliff line. Park at the bottom of the hill off the road and walk 15m to the first climb. Do NOT park in the obvious clearing on the right side of the road opposite the crag in a 2wd as the ground is soft and you will likely get bogged. The road gets a little rough near the crag so take care in a low clearance car.

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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
  Scoop Wall
  The Slabs
  1st Canyon
  The Card Deck
  2nd Canyon
6 Beit Haddash 14 * 1
7 Bearded Lady 12  
8 The Occupied Force 23 **  
9 No Scoop For You 24 **  
10 Scoop Nazi
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24 **  
11 Seven Day War 19 * 1
12 Gazpacho 17 * 1
13 Failed Diplomacy
-
20  
14 GMA 14  
15 Intifada 19 * 1
16 Attention seeker 20  
17 Axis of Evil 24 ***  
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