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Darlington Boulders

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About Darlington Boulders:

The Darlington boulders are about 30km east of Perth in a valley of the Helena River. Most of the routes are slab to vertical. There are quite a few fully bolted climbs and also some trad lines, most climbs are in the mid range. The highest climb is probably only around 15m high. There are three guidebooks that cover the area: Perth Rock Climbing Guide, Perth ROCK and West Australian ROCK.

Climbing is possible all year round, although summer can get VERY hot. The slabs are in the shade in the early morning, whilst the boulders are in the shade in the afternoon. The rock dries fairly quick after rain.

For more information see the CAWA page and the Climbwest page.

Nearest town or city: Perth

About 30 minutes drive from Perth City. (For more directions see CAWA page). About 25 minutes walk in to the main area.

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