The signposted Ghungalu Art Site is the only publicly accessible indigenous rock art in Blackdown National Park. The Ghungalu people (also written as Gangulu, Kangulu, Kanolu and Kaangooloo) are the traditional owners of the land.
The site consists of numerous hand stencils in red ochre, on the ceiling and wall of the long shelter.
There’s also two stencils depicting what appear to be clubs.
Scattered around the shelter are more individual hand stencils.
Getting to the Ghungalu Art Site
The site is reached via the Goon Goon Dhina bushwalk – the site is roughly in the middle of the 2.4km loop. The start of the bushwalk is at the far end of the Munall Camping Area, which is along the main road into the Blackdown Tableland National Park. The national park is located approximately 2.5 hours west of Rockhampton and 2 hours east of Emerald along the Capricorn Highway.