Summary: Water hole with a pecked water channel on a rock ledge below the Challenger Track (West Head).

On a long ledge of rock in thick scrub between the Challenger Track and America Bay Track are two water holes.

AWAT9390 LR Challenger Track Water Hole

Around the larger of the two waterholes are a number of channels. Some are likely to be natural, but one leading into the waterhole is clearly a pecked water channel.

Next to the second water hole is a short but deep groove, which may be a grinding groove.

AWAT9395 LR Challenger Track Water Hole
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