Wahroonga Rocks

Bouldering and absquealing


Although it's been neglected in recent years, Wahroonga Rocks is a great spot for a climb, with excellent rock, somewhere in the vicinity of 50 routes along its 500m length, and cliffs up to about 20m in height. It's a well established climbing and abseiling venue for youth groups, and there's a Scout hall located at one end of the cliff. Although there are lots of bolts at the crag, most of them are in very bad shape. There are also some natural gear routes.


To get to the crag, park at the end of Cliff Avenue in North Wahroonga. Walk past the oval (possible to park here when the gate is open) and on to the crag. There are numerous descent gullies splitting the cliff line.