Summary: A small overhang, the Flannel Flower Shelter in the McPherson State Forest has a number of Aboriginal drawings in charcoal.

One of four adjacent shelters in the McPherson State Forest, the Flannel Flower Shelter is a small sandstone overhang which contains Aboriginal drawings.

AWAT5607 LR Flannel Flower Shelter

Most of the drawings are of indeterminate figures, drawn in charcoal.

Flannel Flower Shelter - Site Summary

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