Indian Creek

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Splitter crack after splitter crack and most lines still awaiting a first ascent. A crag for the traditional climber with no bolts or any fixed gear allowed (probably by law). Sydney's newest crag only built in 2009 and not discovered by climbers until 2011. The 'rock' is conglomerate like with basalt aggregate held in a matrix of a limestone/clay mixture; the result is an ultra-strong crag (50 MPa to be precise). Close to public transport (6 feet to be honest) and with sweeping views of Old Windsor Rd the crag has a convenience and ambience unlike other Sydney crags. If you get arrested, you didn't read about the crag here.


Located on the Old Windsor Rd T-way between Seven Hills Rd and Abbott Rd in Seven Hills. Catch the bus, ride your bike, or if you've driven there, park in Hungry Jacks on Abbott Rd. Cross Abbott Rd and head East to pick up the T-way at the junction of Old Windsor Rd and Abbott Rd/M2. Walk north 500m on the cycle way until you see the crag soaring above the roadside weeds. To descend, walk left or right of the top and then scamble down a short crack when progress is holted by the chain wire fence.