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<header intro="A short, easy access crag above the Georges River. Because of the low angle many of these routes need rebrushing. The speedboat wankers are in full effect in summer, but since the cliff faces north it's not exactly prime climbing season. The bolts that exist here are old and rusted and should be replaced. A hazard reduction burn of the bush here in 2013 has left all the belay trees charred and sooty. Further right of these described routes is a small orange cave with signs of prior Aboriginal occupation. Please don't climb here." name="Moonah Road" rock="Slightly slabby face climbing" sun="All day sun" id="1" access="Park across the road from 29 Moonah Rd, Alford's Pt. The cliff is about 60m down into the bush. Access from either end by scrambling down. Left end (facing out) has a handy gully ramp which is the easiest way down. Avoid the crag in summer, since it faces basically north and hence bakes. The crag is located within the George's River National Park and access can be best described as &quot;Don't Ask - Don't Tell&quot;. Climbs described right to left, facing the cliff." walk="5 minutes"/><image id="10" src="Alfords_Moonah1.jpg" width="400"/>
<climb fa="Andrew Moser 1999" grade="17" id="1" length="8m" name="Stressed Out" number="1">Start at bottom of descent gully at right facing pocket. Up featured wall above on cams.
<header intro="A short crag and cave found below the end of Moonah Rd, Alford's Point. The fairly ordinary slabby wall has been climbed on, but all fixed protection and belay trees were affected by a hazard reduction burn in 2013. The area is currently CLOSED to climbing and bouldering as the cave is a significant aboriginal site. Please respect this closure, so that climbing may continue in other areas.&#10;" name="Moonah Road" rock="" sun="" id="1" access="" walk=""/>
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<climb fa="Andrew Moser, Richard Baker 1985" grade="18" id="2" length="10m" name="Diving Off the Stage" number="2">Start 2m left of SO at improbable blank wall. Find some small holds to get past blankness to horizontal. Long move to next horizontal then seam crack to ledge and final move past rusty carrot. Mostly cams as pro.
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<climb fa="Andrew Moser 1999" grade="17" id="3" length="11m" name="Rambozo the Clown" number="3">Starts just left of small tree at small flake. Up flake, traverse right then up face above. Two un-rusted BRs and cams.
</climb><image id="11" src="Alfords_Moonah2.jpg" width="400"/>
<climb fa="Andrew Moser 1999" grade="19" id="4" length="11m" name="Dyno" number="4">Start 4m left of RC. Reachy moves between sloping pockets then final bulge. Four un-rusted carrots and cam.
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<climb fa="Richard Baker, Andrew Moser 1985" grade="20" id="5" length="11m" name="Thin Then Steep" stars="*" number="5">Start 1m left of D at horizontal pocket feature. Reachy moves between good holds finishing through roof on nice orange features. Three rusty carrots.
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<climb fa="Alf Corliss 1996" grade="15" id="6" length="11m" name="Q Ball" stars="*" number="6">Start 3m left of TTS at ground level right facing flake. Hard start, move left using horizontal slot, up slab and through weakness in bulge above. All trad, big cams useful.
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<climb fa="Alf Corliss 1996" grade="14" id="7" length="11m" name="No Hands" number="">
Start 3m left of QB. Up black slab and left side of break in roof. Good trad gear in horizontals. Rock needs a brush.
</climb><image id="12" src="Alfords_Point_Moonah_IMG_9742_s.jpg" width="600" noPrint="true" legend="true" legendTitle="Speedboat jetski wankers"/>


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