Climbs 133
Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 91m a.s.l
Faces W

Julia climbing her 1st V2 © Jérôme Dezilles

Crag features

Possibly the most famous of Sydneys bouldering. Ron Fawcett loved the place when he visited. Certainly one of the most popular. Mostly highball face climbing with lots of problems in the V0-V4 range.

Approach notes

Park as for Soldiers Memorial Park (cnr of Tryon and Archbold Rds) and walk down the side of the tennis courts.

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Climbs at this crag

91 P11 The Layback Crack (Pipeline Wall).
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V1 3
92 P12 Pipeline Wall
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V5  
93 P13 Pipeline Wall
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V3 1
94 P14 Pipeline Wall
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V2 1
95 P15 Pipeline Wall
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V0 1
96 P16 Pipeline Wall
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V4  
97 P1 Snout Rock
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V2 1
98 P2 Snout Rock
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V2 1
99 P3 Kim's Arete (Snout Rock).
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V4 4
100 P4 Snout Rock
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V3  
101 P5 Snout Rock
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V0 1
102 P6 Snout Rock
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V1  
103 P7 Snout Rock
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V1  
104 P8 Snout Rock
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V1 2
105 P9 Snout Rock
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V4  
106 P10 Snout Rock
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V4  
107 P11 Snout Rock
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V3 1
108 P12 Snout Rock
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V0 1
109 P13 Snout Rock
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V0 1
110 P14 Snout Rock
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V0- 1
111 P1 She Oak Wall
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V4 2
112 P2 The Offwidth (She Oak Wall).
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V2 2
113 P3 She Oak Wall
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V3 1
114 P4 The Blank Wall (She Oak Wall).
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V4 1
115 P5 She Oak Wall
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V4 1
116 P6 She Oak Crack (She Oak Wall).
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V0 4
117 P7 She Oak Wall
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V0+ 2
118 P8 She Oak Wall
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V3 1
119 P9 She Oak Wall
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V5 1
120 P10 The Golden Triangle (She Oak Wall).
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V3 1
121 P11 She Oak Wall
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V0 1
122 P1 Isolated Rock
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V2 1
123 P2 Isolated Rock
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V2 1
124 P3 Isolated Rock
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V4 1
125 P4 Isolated Rock
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V4  
126 P5 The Overhang (Isolated Rock).
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V2 4
127 P6 Isolated Rock
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V2  
128 P7 Isolated Rock
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V7  
129 P8 Isolated Rock
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V2  
130 P9 Isolated Rock
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V8  
131 P10 Isolated Rock
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V7  
132 The lindfield traverse - 1 *
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V3 *** 1
133 The thin seam *
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V4 1
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
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