A long rock shelter near Franks Gully in the Berowra Valley National Park contains a number of cave paintings, and a shield engraved above the cave

Situated part-way down a steep slope in the Berowra Valley National Park is a large rock platform, on which a solitary shield is engraved.

Below the rock platform is an extraordinarily long sandstone shelter, appearing from outside like a long wave.

Inside the shelter are a number of charcoal motifs. Some figures are fairly distinct.

Others are less distinct, but are clearly not natural.

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