Summary: An unusual rock engraving site above Bantry Bay, which is within a low shelter. The figures include two echidnsas and boomerangs,

This Aboriginal rock art site near Bantry Bay is unusual; it’s a low shelter which has engravings on the sandstone floor.

There are over ten motifs, which include two echidnas and multiple boomerangs.

The two echidnas are the most prominent figures; one of them has a boomerang within the outline of its body.

A few of the figures are indeterminate, and have an unusual appearance.

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