Along Canoelands Ridge in Marramarra National Park is a low sandstone shelter, which contains some very weathered Aboriginal rock paintings.
It’s very hard to see the paintings without enhancing the images. There are three upright figures which may be humans – one of which has what is possibly an elaborate head-dress.
Another motif in red ochre is more abstract; behind the red line are what may be more faded art, or natural colour in the rock.
In front of the shelter on a small rock is what may be a six-toed mundoe (footprint) – or a squid/octopus.