Posts by Dirk Klicker

CAWA Wellington Dam Trip, 20th to 22nd October 2017

Posted on October 09, 2017 by to Events, News, Social | No Comments

Wellington Dam Trip is open for registration!!! CAWA has a club trip to Wellington Dam from Friday, 20th to Sunday, 22nd of October 2017. Wellington Dam is around 200km south of Perth, just out of Collie in the picturesque Wellington National Park. Wellington Dam is a beautiful family friendly spot for a BBQ with some great […]

CAWA Mt Frankland Trip, 13th to 15th October 2017

Posted on October 09, 2017 by to Events, News, Social | No Comments

Update re Mount Frankland Trip We are running the trip again this weekend!! As you know the trip for Queens Birthday Long Weekend was cancelled due to the poor weather.  So we are running the trip again. The weather is looking pretty positive so far for the weekend. Good news CAWA is subsidising the camping […]

Sport Climbing WA, Skyfall Lead Climbing Competition

Posted on September 11, 2017 by to News | No Comments

Skyfall Lead Climbing Competition Hello CAWA folk.  With climbing entering the Olypmics in 2020 Tokyo the competition scene in Perth is Taking off.  There is stoke everywhere to pull hard on plastic and scream like Ondra. The oportunity arrises at City Summit on Saturday, 14 October 2017 and Sunday, 15 October 2017. They will be […]

CAWA Mt Frankland Trip, 22nd to 25th Sep 2017

Posted on September 01, 2017 by to Events, News | No Comments

Mount Frankland Trip Registration is now open! Friday, 22nd Sep to Monday, 25th Sep 2017 (Queens Birthday Long Weekend) God Save the Queen it’s time to go climbing at Mt Frankland. Good news CAWA is subsidising the camping fee on this trip. Please be aware that the weather is the deciding factor on this trip and […]

CAWA Gym Crash at Urban Ascent, 14 Sep 2017

Posted on September 01, 2017 by to Events, Social | No Comments

Hello CAWA Members, The next CAWA Gym Crash will be held at PWR  Urban Ascent, 25 Jackson St Bassendean WA 6054. Starts around 6:00 pm on 14th September– Thursday Night .Special CAWA member entry cost is $9. Once again, CAWA will supply pizza to all current members, as well as give away some great prizes! The CAWA guide book ($20) and T-shirts ($25)  will […]

CAWA Eaglestone Trip:  4th – 6th August

Posted on July 30, 2017 by to Events, News, Social | No Comments

Dear Members, It’s time to grab your winter woollies and pack up your car for a trip to the Wheatbelt to Eaglestone Rock. A 3.5 hour drive from Perth will take you to bulletproof  granite with good face climbing and edge. With over 30 bolted, trad and mixed routes there is something for everyone. Abseil stations are positioned […]

2017 AGM Photo Comp Winners

Posted on July 13, 2017 by to Events, News, Social | No Comments

2017 AGM Photo Comp Winners Thank you to all those who entered photos in this years AGM photo comp, and a big thank you to our sponsors for donating prizes: Rockface, The Hangout and Tnut Climbing. Climbing in WA Climbing Everywhere Else Kate Bailue CAWA Treasurer


Posted on June 28, 2017 by to News, Social | No Comments

Calling all CAWA members! It’s that time of year again (EOFY). Your CAWA membership will expire after 30 June 2017! It is now possible to renew your membership online at the CAWA website at the following link: CAWA membership 2017/2018. Reminder that when you renew your membership you can also make a donation to the […]

CAWA Annual General Meeting 6:00pm on Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Posted on June 01, 2017 by to Events, News, Social | No Comments

Reminder to all CAWA members!   We know everyone is busy and that it’s easy to forget about upcoming events, so this is just a reminder that the AGM is coming up very soon, on Wednesday, 21 June 2017. If you are not coming to the AGM you must get your proxy form (2017AGMProxyForm.doc) in!  No excuses. […]


Posted on April 12, 2017 by to News | No Comments

A survey conduced among climbers in 2016 showed that there is widespread support in the WA climbing community for establishing a re-bolting fund. Such a fund can model itself on what exists in other states (Climbing Club of Tasmania and Sydney Rockclimbing Club). Reacting to the growing groundswell, CAWA has now moved to establish the […]