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Willyabrup is one of WA’s most developed crags. Because of its proximity to Margaret River, and the associated diversions of surfing, caving and wine tasting, long visits can be both rewarding and relaxing. The crag offers a range of challenging routes, and so is an excellent pace to push one’s standard.

4 Comments to Wilyabrup

Nathan G
December 20, 2012

Hi all,
I sport climb on bolted routes and also set up top ropes from bolts, trees, rocks etc. How many easy bolted routes are there at Wilyabrup? Like from grades 15-20.

July 2, 2013

There are quite a few, if you look at the West Australian Rock guide book it has most of them.

What I would like to know is how to get to the bottom of the cliff, without abseiling down? I understand if you go to the south side you can walk around. Having never been there I would appreciate some more detailed info.


Mark Kleinman
October 17, 2013

More detailed info? The approach trail bring you out on the top of the cliff and if you walk off to the south you can follow a series of zigzagging rocky steps which eventually lead you down to the base of the cliff.

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