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News from the CAWA Committee (10 September 2016)

Posted on September 18, 2016 by to Events, News, Social | No Comments

Dear CAWA members and fellow climbers, It has been a busy couple of months for the committee since my last update. Many of us were travelling for work or climbing (or both), but CAWA business proceeded nevertheless. We had a successful CAWA trip to Eaglestone in July and published a new issue of the Western […]

Mount Frankland Trip – 24th-26th September

Posted on September 18, 2016 by to Events, News, Social | No Comments

Mount Frankland Trip Registration is now open! – CANCELLED DUE TO POOR WEATHER CONDITIONS Saturday, 24th September to Monday, 25th September 2016 (Queen’s Birthday Long Weekend) Please be aware that the weather is the deciding factor on this trip and if it is still raining (down south) shortly before the trip then the rock will […]

Local Climbing News – Lead and Top Rope Competition at Rockface

Posted on August 11, 2016 by to Competitions, Events, News, Social | No Comments

In local climbing news:- Rockface Climbing Centre is running Commitment 2016 – a lead and top rope competition that opens on 24th August, the qualifier format runs over multiple weeks with finals over the weekend of 16th – 18th September. Competitors will be in the running to win a range of quality prizes from sponsors […]

Gym Crash at The Boulder Hub – 11/08/2016 @ 6.30pm

Posted on July 31, 2016 by to News | No Comments

  Dear CAWA Members, The next CAWA Gym Crash will be held at the Boulder Hub in Wangara on Thursday the 11th of August from 6:30pm. Bouldering of all styles and levels are offered. Bouldering doesn’t require a rope, a harness and not even a climbing buddy, having said that I would love to see more […]

Comments submitted to The Albany Coast Draft Management Plan 2016

Posted on July 12, 2016 by to News | No Comments

  Dear climbers, The Albany Coast Draft Management Plan 2016 was released by DPaW for public comments on 9th May 2016. Thanks to several CAWA committee members who scrutinized the plan, CAWA submitted comments on 6th July 2016.   BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The Draft Albany Management Plan covers 56 existing terrestrial parks and reserves totalling 32,457ha […]

CAWA Survey – Ended

Posted on July 11, 2016 by to News | No Comments

  Hello WA Climbers, CAWA would like to thank everyone who participated in the recent CAWA survey. An overwhelming number of responses was received from both CAWA members and the wider climbing community. Congratulations to Ash Thomas who won the draw and scored a brand new 9.8mm Beal climbing rope! Once all responses have been collated, the CAWA committee […]


Posted on July 09, 2016 by to News | No Comments

  Hi Everyone! Some of you already hold memberships for the 2016/2017 year, and some of you have already renewed your membership, if so please ignore this email (Life Members ditto). For everyone else remaining, unfortunately your CAWA membership has expired! It is now possible to renew your membership online at the CAWA website at […]

Eaglestone Rock Climbing Trip: 29th – 31st July

Posted on July 07, 2016 by to News | No Comments

Dear Members, It’s time to grab your winter woollies and pack up your car for a fun-filled climbing weekend to Eaglestone, 3.5 hours east of Perth in the Wheatbelt. After numerous requests from fellow members this year we will be running a dress-up theme to showcase your best climbing attire. I would like your help […]

Gym Crash at PWR Urban Ascent

Posted on June 08, 2016 by to Events, News, Social | No Comments

Hi Fellow CAWA Members! CAWA is holding a gym crash at PWR Urban Ascent on the 21st June at 6:30pm, 24 Jackson Street, Bassendean. So join CAWA and come on down to PWR Urban Ascent where you can mash yourself on some climbing walls that have been inspired by the deep red and yellow rocks of […]

CAWA Survey – For All Members And Non-Members

Posted on June 04, 2016 by to News, Social | No Comments

To All Climbers in Western Australia, CAWA is conducting a study to gather opinions and information from West Australian climbers. Your responses will be collated against other responses and reviewed by the CAWA committee. Once all responses are reviewed the CAWA committee can identify what West Australian climbers, as a whole, want. In turn the CAWA committee can […]