Summary: Charcoal and red ochre paintings are inside this shelter in the D'Arcy Range. Above the shelter are axe grinding grooves.

Even without any Aboriginal art, this is a picturesque shelter with a smooth, wave-like interior.

AWAT8035 LR D'Arcy Range 19 Shelter

On one curved wall within the shelter is a charcoal drawing.

AWAT8031 LR D'Arcy Range 19 Shelter

Under the lip of the roof is an indeterminate figure in red ochre.

AWAT8019 LR D'Arcy Range 19 Shelter

Flowing over the top of the shelter is a small creek, which drips over the entrance at the front.

AWAT8037 LR D'Arcy Range 19 Shelter

Along the creek bed above the shelter are two sets of axe grinding grooves.

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