Summary: The Big Man, Small Man Aboriginal engraving site has three male figures. The largest is over six metres high, and the smallest just over a metre.

Near the Long Track is a small Aboriginal engraving with three engraved figures. The largest is a man holding a shield, who is over six metres in height.

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The shield and majority of the man are very deeply engraved, with some of the grooves over one inch deep.

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Near the Big Man is the Small Man, who is only four feet high, and much less distinct.

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A third figure is even harder to discern. It’s another man, but partly incomplete.

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