Summary: Aboriginal engraving site above the Caleyi Trail, which has a single kangaroo and a very weathered fish,

Along the Caleyi Trail is an Aboriginal engraving site with two leaping kangaroos in close file. Above these two macropods is another Aboriginal engraving site, on a large rock platform with sweeping views over Garigal National Park.

The single kangaroo is a little weathered, but it’s still possible to make our most of its body.

Near the kangaroo is another, much more weathered carving, of what seems to be a fish.

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