Event Reports

Trip to Kalbarri, July 2020

After A Few Months Of Perth Isolation, Everyone Was Excited To Get Away To Sunny Kalbarri For Another Great Trip. Jiri was an all-round guru, helping everyone experience the sandstone climbing around the adventure wall, pit and promenade for the first couple of days.  Some top ropes were set up over “Peanut butter and Jam (19)” and “9-6=3 (15)”  as well as Obscene gesture (18) and Escalade (20).   A few people pushed themselves on …

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Flow State

Flow state event report

What A Great Turnout For The CAWA Flow State Event Held At The Stirling Community Centre On Jan 29th! And What A Wonderful Opportunity To Learn From One Of The Foremost Experts On Flow State. Huge thanks to Cameron Norsworthy for coming out to talk about accessing our peak state of performance and fulfilment – otherwise known as FLOW STATE. In case you don’t know who Cameron is, here’s some background info. He began his pursuit of peak performance as a junior athlete in tennis, playing for England. He went on …

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Wilyabrup Aus Day Long Weekend 2020 Trip Report

CAWA Held Our Annual Australia Day Long Weekend Trip At Wilyabrup. This year we even whipped out the pads for some bouldering. We had a great turnout of more than 30 people, most of which arrived Friday night. To kick off the trip, Peter had left everything but climbing gear at home so his picnic rug from the car kept him warm for the first …

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Report from an annual EOY trip to Albany

CAWA Had Our Annual Albany Climbing Trip And We Had A Record Breaking Attendance! The trip, held between Christmas to New Year can only be described as “awesome” this year. There was an unprecedented number of CAWA members participating, with a total of 27 camping together at Panorama Holiday Park, with further members camped at Cosy Corner. There was a fantastic inclusive atmosphere, with experienced climbers passionately and willingly …

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Report from Transition to climbing outdoors workshop on 14 Sep 2019

With The Number Of New Climbing Gyms Opening Up In Perth, The Popularity Of Climbing And Bouldering Indoors Has Grown Exponentially. When I first started climbing indoors, learning the ropes outdoors was essentially going along with a more experienced climber and entrusting them to know what they are doing and will put your safety first. …

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