Very different climbing for South East Queensland. Brooyar is a large State Forest with several separate sandstone crags. Many routes are overhung, pocketed and sportingly bolted giving pumpy climbing. Due to the nature of the soft sandstone, an ongoing rebolting initiative has been active since around 2005 to bring things up to standard. Safer Cliffs Queensland is funding this work entirely through donations from climbers like you. Please consider helping out. The Forestry Department has placed gargantuan ring bolts along the top of most of the major cliffs which makes top-belays very easy. It’s worth noting that many routes (even sport routes) require the climber to top-out and belay up their second. Most of the older routes do not have lower-off’s.
Note: there are many carrot style bolts here which require removable bolt plates, so bring plenty. In route descriptions these are referred to as bolt or BR (bolt runner) as opposed to RB (ring bolt) or FH (fixed hanger).