Summary: An overhang above Bantry Bay, which has sixteen well-preserved Aboriginal stencils in red ochre.

Along a cliff above Bantry Bay are multiple stencils in red ochre, all in remarkably good condition considering they are in a fairly shallow ovehang.

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There are about fifteen stencils, mainly hands – but also an oval and what appears to be a foot.

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