Summary: A wide and deep shelter in the D'Arcy Range has multiple charcoal drawiings at the base.

Along the same ridge as the D’Arcy Range 6 Shelter, is a deep shelter with a sandy floor.

AWAT7961 LR D'Arcy Range 7 Shelter

At the base of the shelter are multiple charcoal drawings, of indeterminate figures.

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