Tumburru Peak

Australia | Point Bonney | Moonarie Rock Climbing

TRADITIONAL

The last in the triumvirate of cliffs that comprise Point Bonney, it was originally referred to by climbers as Nubhoygum Peak. ‘Tumburru’ meaning ‘steep’ first appeared on a map produced in 1957 by Adelaide Bushwalkers. The current name is that found on topographic maps of the area, while the earlier title is an Aboriginal word meaning “cling”.

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