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We love aboriginal rock art, but this place just doesn't feel right. The carvings themselves are too fresh, and are quite possibly 're-done' to keep them visible. But this degrades the age and impact that they should have. Also, the aged authentic historical rock art...More
Amazing place to experience this great country’s and in fact the worlds original people. The fact written along the way are not all correct so do yourself a favor and research before you go so you can feel and understand the real spiritual and amazing...More
It’s an easy walk to the engravings, in fact I think you could even take a wheelchair to it. It’s not the most spectacular artwork you’ll see but it is quite different to anything you may have seen, as it’s on horizontal rock platforms.
Some aboriginal carvings and a great walkway around them. The site includes information about what is seen (some of the carvings are a little tricky to understand) and it is only a very short and easy walk to the location
I was looking for interesting places and found this on the national parks website.
The rock engravings themselves are incredible. Quite obviously genuine aboriginal art. Interesting to see and a good insight into the aboriginal culture. There are info boards along the way telling you...More
We were taken here as part of a work learning day ......history, life changes, relaxation & respect.
A tranqil place for an easy walk, a snack & connecting with nature & yesteryear.
Please respect the land/area while you visit as it's an untouched area of...More
Enter from the Woy Woy road and the carvings are only 500 metres along what is now a fairly level , bitumen track. The carvings are quite extensive and protected by a boardwalk which surrounds the rock surface.
The carvings are different to those in...More