While not an official Aboriginal rock art site, Cathedral Rock in the Mount Moffatt section of Carnarvon National Park has a few stencils at the base of the sandstone bluff. There’s a group of six or seven hand stencils, one of which includes the fore-arm.
There’s another set of hand stencils on the wall of the sandstone bluff, which are in a lighter pigment and harder to make out.
There is one stencil which appears to be a foot (the only non-hand-stencil).
Getting to Cathedral Rock
Cathedral Rock is signposted, with a trail from the Sandstone day-use area (but there’s no signage acknowledging the rock art). It’s a very short (190m) walk to the base of the sandstone bluff, which has been weathered and fractured into interesting geometric patterns.
Continue around the base of Cathedral Rock, to a broad ledge and overhang a couple of metres above the ground.