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Whitewater Wall

A woman abseils down a rocky cliff by the sea. A group of abseilers sit on the rocks below.
Whitewater Wall is a popular climbing and abseiling location as well as a bush camp. Situated between Bluestone Bay and Little Bluestone, Whitewater wall is a free camping spot inside the National Park adjacent to a popular rock-climbing location. A 4wd is required to access these campsites, they are shaded but there is no grass, no fires, no dogs. A very basic toilet. The wall itself is a steep granite cliff, you will need to be an experienced climber.

Does not cater for people with access needs.

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