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The Original people

What has been overlooked by debunkers is, that the Aboriginals, "the Original people" have given... read more

Reviewed 16 September 2018
Mullumbimby, Australia
Vist...and make up your own mind!

Amazing place. A bit tricky to find, but well worth it! A short walk highlighting natural bush. The... read more

Reviewed 24 July 2018
Raeline B
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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Reviewed 16 September 2018

What has been overlooked by debunkers is, that the Aboriginals, "the Original people" have given permission for this information to be released about the Ancient History of their people and some academic comes along and elevates his knowledge above theirs, typical arrogance we have grown...More

1  Thank whatwhyandwhos
Reviewed 24 July 2018

Amazing place. A bit tricky to find, but well worth it! A short walk highlighting natural bush. The glyphs are amazing and the magnetic energy is strong if you are sensitive to feeling it. I began taking photos of the glyphs with my iphone, which...More

2  Thank Raeline B
Reviewed 13 July 2018

I love this place! A little tricky to find, but worth the easy treck in. I have been curious about the Gosford Glyphs for many years. Having read about it through Evan and Steven Strong's work on the area, along with viewing the 3 part...More

2  Thank REBFloridaKeys
Reviewed 7 April 2018 via mobile

Do yourself a favor and research before attending. All the hoax claims are falsified as the truth goes against the history books. Real research will guide you to the truth. Truly amazing and highly spiritual location with eye opening history. Respect the area and immerse...More

3  Thank Shayne E
Reviewed 4 March 2018

The Gosford Glyphs were not especially difficult to find, however, be aware that there are no signposts and it requires a little bit of searching - Google Maps put us in the close vicinity. The glyphs themselves were interesting to have a look at and...More

Thank Julian_Kelli
Reviewed 27 July 2017

Have been with a group of parents and kids. Very nice bushwalk, surrounding nature and a surprise hieroglyphs.

1  Thank Petka1
Reviewed 24 July 2017

We decided to go and see the mysterious Hieroglyphs, to get there we drove up Woy Woy Rd towards Kariong and just before you get there you will see a place that you can pull off the road and there are often cars parked here,...More

6  Thank Anniewhatto
Reviewed 8 July 2017

Well, we last visited this amazing, unique place over 14 years ago. This time we found instructions on You Tube to find the spot because a huge rock has slipped across the entrance and effectively hidden it. Gorgeous walk in and out, and special place...More

7  Thank Jennifer R
Reviewed 25 May 2017 via mobile

Mysterious glyphs that pose questions about their origin are only a small part of this must do bush walk on top of the hill. Interesting rock formations, beautiful and interesting topography and vegetation. Highly recommend some time out with nature here.

1  Thank CarolynNoel
Reviewed 17 April 2017

Please don't touch or take anything from here. This is one of the most sacred places in Australia. Above the Hieroglyphs is the full story. Look for fossils. Truly amazing.

3  Thank Eco B
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Nick B
3 August 2016|
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Response from Matt W |
No they aren’t. It’s sandstone. Carvings wouldn’t last in sandstone for over a thousand years. It’s called entropy, look it up.