Summary: Faint charcoal art in a low shelter above Ellem Gully, in McPherson State Forest

A previously unrecorded site, a low shelter above Ellem Gully has some remnants of charcoal Aboriginal art.

The small charcoal markings may, or may not, be natural.

Two more faint motifs seem to represent fish.

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