Summary: An Aborginal engraving of what appears to be a man and club in a small shelter near thr Mt Ku-ring-gai Track.

An Aboriginal engraving of a man and what appears to be a club is engraved on the floor of a shelter, near the junction of the Berowra Track and Mt Ku-ring-gai Track.

AWAT4284 LR Cowan Creek Man on Track

The two figures are hard to see, and the top of what seems to be a man is weathered – or has been eroded by people climbing into the cave,

AWAT4277 LR Cowan Creek Man on Track
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Aboriginal Sites by National Park

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