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A significant Aboriginal rock art site in the MacDonald River district, Spirits Cave was extensively documented by Ian Sim. The shelter contains 186 motifs, including multiple deity figures and what was thought to be a Rainbow Serpent.
Spirits Rock is a signposted Aboriginal engraving site at the end of the Cowan Trail, which has a number of figures, including a large and detailed engraving of the Baiame deity.
Next to the Pacific Motorway (M1), the Spring Gully (or Cockle Creek) site has 83 engraved figures across multiple locations.
This sacred cave depicts generations of markings and drawings, with 857 motifs (mainly handprints) – the largest assemblage of motifs of any currently known sites.