From the Spearhead boulders looking toward the mountain and slightly left (east) you will see several boulders scattered within a forest. At present there are no opened routes here but there is potential for some good lines, especially on the prominent Pyramid Boulder in the middle of the forest. A few boulders are developed with a fair amount of scope for new boulders. Also see the Hillside topo for boulders west of the forest.
From the Really Good Slab Boulder head north (downhill) for about 15m, on your right you will come to a boulder with rounded slabby ribs on its northern side. This is about 140m east of the Spearhead Boulder.
This boulder is about 130m left (east) of the Spearhead boulder and a little uphill, follow the main path that leads east to the forest and Whale Rock boulders, it will be the first slabby boulder with a whitish smooth face you come to on your left a short distance off the path with a yellowood tree to its right.
Good quality rock just inside the forest on the western side not too far from the Pyramid boulder. Pass the Quivering Heights Boulder and head left into the forest at a small cairn, its about 8m into the forest from there.
One of the classics at Swinburne. Going between the two boulders you should see a prominent prow. Sit start on a boulder on the left side of this arete. Up right for a crimp, move out to the right on the left arete and go for the finishing jug.