Summary: Two eels at a small Aboriginal engraving site which was first documented by Ian Sim in 1969. Nearby are some deep axe grinding gooves.

Ian Sim documented a number of Aboriginal engraving sites around the Corrumbine Creek Firetrail; one of the smaller sites above the firetrail has two eels. The first eels has a straight body.

The second eel is a similar size, but has a curved body.

Very close to the two eels, but only recorded much more recently is a fairly weathered shield which has two transverse lines.

Nearby, on the same rock platform but not recorded by Sim or McCarthy, is a nice set of axe grinding grooves.

Below the platform at the back of a long overhang are some drawings in red ochre, and a partial hand stencil.

AWAT4929 LR Corrumbine Creek Firetrail Two Eels and ShieldAWAT4929 LR yrd Corrumbine Creek Firetrail Two Eels and Shield

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